Adam Feldman is the National Theater and Dance Editor and chief theater critic at Time Out New York, where he has been on staff since 2003.

He covers Broadway, Off Broadway and Off-Off Broadway theater, as well as cabaret and dance shows and other events of interest in New York City. He is the President of the New York Drama Critics' Circle, a position he has held since 2005. He was a regular cohost of the public-television show Theater Talk, and served as the contributing Broadway editor for the Theatre World book series. A graduate of Harvard University, he lives in Greenwich Village, where he dabbles in piano-bar singing on a more-than-regular basis.

Reach him at adam.feldman@timeout.com or connect with him on social at Twitter: @feldmanadam and Instagram: @adfeldman

Adam Feldman

Adam Feldman

Theater and Dance Editor, Time Out USA

Articles (166)

Off Broadway shows, reviews, tickets and listings

Off Broadway shows, reviews, tickets and listings

New York theater ranges far beyond the 41 large midtown houses that we call Broadway. Many of the city's most innovative and engaging new plays and musicals can be found Off Broadway, in venues that seat between 100 and 499 people. (Those that seat fewer than 100 people usually fall into the Off-Off Broadway category.) These more intimate spaces present work in a wide range of styles, from new pieces by major artists at the Public Theater or Playwrights Horizons to revivals at the Signature Theatre and crowd-pleasing commercial fare at New World Stages. And even the best Off Broadway shows usually cost less than their cousins on the Great White Way‚ÄĒeven if you score cheap Broadway tickets. Use our listings to find reviews, prices, ticket links, curtain times and more for current and upcoming Off Broadway shows. RECOMMENDED: Full list of Broadway and Off Broadway musicals in New York

The best Broadway shows you need to see

The best Broadway shows you need to see

The best Broadway shows attract millions of people to enjoy the¬†pinnacle of live entertainment in New York City. Every season brings a¬†new crop of¬†Broadway musicals, plays and revivals, some of which go on to glory at the Tony Awards. Some are only limited runs; others stick around for years. And the choices are varied: Alongside star-driven dramas and family-oriented blockbusters,¬†you may find¬†the kind of artistically ambitious offerings¬†that are more common¬†to the smaller venues of Off Broadway. Here are our theater critics' top choices among the shows that are currently playing on the Great White Way.¬† RECOMMENDED: Complete A‚ÄďZ Listings of All Broadway Shows in NYC

How to get cheap Broadway tickets in five easy steps

How to get cheap Broadway tickets in five easy steps

Broadway and Off-Broadway have roared back to life in New York. That's the good news; the bad news is that the ever-rising cost of tickets makes it hard to take full advantage of what the city's stages have to offer. But the situation is not as dire as it may seem: Discount Broadway tickets are everywhere, and modern technology makes it easier than ever to find cheap seats, even at the last minute. If you play your cards right, you can even score seats for sold-out hits like Hamilton. Here are the five best ways to get your hands on cheap Broadway tickets. RECOMMENDED: Full guide to all Broadway showsRECOMMENDED: Discount theater tickets 1. Head to TKTS The classic way to find deeply discounted tickets is to wait in line, on the day of the show, at TDF’s TKTS Booth under the red steps in Duffy Square (47th Street and Broadway). All but the biggest Broadway hits are on sale there, mostly at 50 percent off. If you are not looking to see a musical, the Times Square booth has a "Play Express" window that will cut down your wait time. The Times Square TKTS Booth is open every day of the week, starting at 3pm for evening performances and 11am for matinees (on Wednesdays, Thursdays and weekends). You can buy tickets to either same-day performances or next-day matinee performances.  In addition to its flagship Times Square location, TDF operates another booth at Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium (Broadway at 62nd Street), which opened in 2016. It’s only 15 blocks from the ma

Narda Lepes: ‚ÄúEn algunos platos das; en otros das y ped√≠s‚ÄĚ

Narda Lepes: ‚ÄúEn algunos platos das; en otros das y ped√≠s‚ÄĚ

Narda Lepes no necesita presentaci√≥n. Todos la conocemos. Aunque vivas en un repollo (que ella sirve salteado con panceta, pasas de uva y vinagre de flores). Aunque sea de vista. Y si vas a Comedor, la conoc√©s en persona. Te la encontr√°s trabajando en la mesa comunal, relojeando los platos que salen de la cocina, probando texturas y puntos de cocci√≥n, que su equipo le acerca. Como me pas√≥ a m√≠, que vine a conversar con ella, en una cita que cada vez que ocurre, me resulta reveladora. Narda Lepes siempre tiene un mensaje para vos.¬† Narda siempre tiene una semilla de algo nuevo para plantar en tu cabeza y dejarte pensando. Si hay algo que le gusta hacer, tanto o m√°s que cocinar, es sacarte de tu paladar de confort. ‚ÄúTe pregunto qu√© es lo que no com√©s y te lo cocino. Pero no para que comas algo que no te gusta, sino para que te sorprendas y digas: ‚ÄėAh, mir√°‚Äô.‚ÄĚ Narda te invita a deshacerte de la etiqueta de: ‚ÄúEsto no es para mi‚ÄĚ. Te abre la cabeza, y la boca, por supuesto. Su espacio de Bajo Belgrano es s√ļper luminoso y con su total white te pone la mente en blanco. Para que resetees tus mandatos alimentarios.¬† ¬ŅDe qu√© se trata este ‚Äúdesaf√≠o Narda‚ÄĚ que propon√©s en tu restaurante? Si no com√©s hinojo, por ejemplo, ped√≠telo. Lo hacemos de una manera espectacular que es muy simple; para que lo hagas en tu casa. Es una manera de romper la barrera de entrada. No te lo voy a dar de la forma que yo me lo comer√≠a. Si nunca comiste algo, comelo. Cuando lo pruebes, te lo vas a comer, porque

Complete A-Z list of Broadway musicals and Off Broadway musicals in NYC

Complete A-Z list of Broadway musicals and Off Broadway musicals in NYC

Broadway musicals are the beating heart of New York City. These days, your options are more diverse than ever: cultural game-changers like Hamilton and raucous comedies like The Book of Mormon are just down the street from quirky originals like Kimberly Akimbo and family classics like The Lion King. Whether you're looking for classic Broadway songs, spectacular sets and costumes, star turns by Broadway divas or dance numbers performed by the hottest chorus boys and girls, there is always plenty to choose from. Here is our list of all the Broadway musicals that are currently running or on their way, followed by a list of those in smaller Off Broadway and Off-Off Broadway venues. RECOMMENDED: The best Broadway shows

Obrador Florida, la heladería del momento

Obrador Florida, la heladería del momento

Helader√≠as en Buenos Aires hay ‚Ķ ¬°miles! De hecho, los argentinos nos caractetizamos por hacer buen helado y por ser grandes consumidores, tambi√©n. Sin embargo, helader√≠as como la de Mercedes Rom√°n no se encuentran tan f√°cilmente por estos pagos. De dise√Īadora gr√°fica a maestra heladera artesanal, Rom√°n se especializ√≥ en el prestigioso Basque Culinary Center de Espa√Īa y hoy, desde Obrador Florida, hace helader√≠a artesanal, bomboner√≠a agroecol√≥gica y alta golosiner√≠a. Cuidadosa de la materia prima, con sabores de temporada y productos 100% nacionales, esta experta en helados marca tendencia desde su local en Palermo y Time Out convers√≥ con ella. ¬† Helados con identidad local¬† ‚ÄúEstoy tratando de construir una identidad heladera local, de temporada, y a trav√©s de los frutos. Semillas, hojas, ra√≠ces, tallos y flores manifiestan una paleta de sabores que refleja la zona geogr√°fica en donde se est√° produciendo nuestra carta. Los frutos son la viva representaci√≥n de un territorio. El resultado de sus tierras, su clima y su cultura‚ÄĚ, nos explica Rom√°n. Obrador Flordia Y, enamorada de nuestro territorio, contin√ļa:¬† ‚ÄúLa posibilidad expresiva que ofrece la naturaleza y sus frutos no tiene comparaci√≥n con nada. Trabajar con esta materia prima despierta los sentidos, estimula la creaci√≥n. Su realidad y temporalidad desaf√≠an constantemente los l√≠mites en mis recetas‚ÄĚ. As√≠ es que en este joven proyecto, Obrador Florida, la creaci√≥n nunca para. Ofrecen seis sabores de temporada, que rotan

Complete List of Tony Award Winners 2024

Complete List of Tony Award Winners 2024

The 77th annual¬†Tony Awards¬†ceremony, honoring the best of the 2023‚Äď24 Broadway season, is being held on tonight at Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater and broadcast live across the country on PlutoTV and CBS. Earlier this week, we offered predictions in all 26 categories. How did we do? Not too badly! We called 18 of the 26 categories correctly, including big wins for Stereophonic (five awards),¬†Merrily We Roll Along¬†(four awards) and¬†Appropriate¬†(three awards).¬†But¬†The Outsiders¬†surprised most predictors with its Best Musical win and three other wins. Hell's Kitchen¬†and¬†Suffs¬†won two awards each. Here is the full list of winners. RECOMMENDED:¬†How to watch the 2024 Tony Awards¬† Best Musical Hell‚Äôs KitchenIllinoiseWINNER¬†The OutsidersSuffs¬†Water for Elephants¬† Best¬†Play Jaja‚Äôs African Hair Braiding by Jocelyn BiohMary Jane by Amy HerzogMother Play: A Play in Five Evictions by Paula VogelPrayer for the French Republic by Joshua Harmon}WINNER¬†Stereophonic by David Adjmi¬† Best Revival of a Musical Cabaret at the Kit Kat ClubGutenberg! The Musical!WINNER¬†Merrily We Roll AlongThe Who‚Äôs Tommy Best Revival of a Play WINNER¬†AppropriateAn Enemy of the PeoplePurlie Victorious: A Non-Confederate Romp Through the Cotton Patch Best Book of a Musical Bekah Brunstetter,¬†The NotebookKristoffer D√≠az, Hell‚Äôs KitchenRick Elice, Water for ElephantsAdam Rapp and Justin Levine, The OutsidersWINNER Shaina Taub, Suffs Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre Will Butle

The 35 best Tony Awards performances of all time

The 35 best Tony Awards performances of all time

The Tony Awards provide a showcase and public record of Broadway performances that are otherwise local and fleeting, and the most memorable numbers from Broadway musicals on the Tonys can echo in theater history for decades to come. But which are the best of the best? We've surveyed every televised number from a nominated musical or musical revival since the first national Tony telecast in 1967 to create this list of the all-time top¬†Tony performances. Note that we're limiting ourselves here to¬†numbers from Tony-nominated Broadway musicals in the years they were nominated, which means no special material, musical guests or opening medleys‚ÄĒbut plenty of¬†classic¬†tunes, go-for-broke dance numbers and dazzling Broadway divas. Without further ado, and accepting the possibility that some of your favorite Broadway shows may not have made the cut, prepare to be razzle-dazzled by the greatest of the Great White Way. Note: Some of these¬†videos¬†have gray cover screens that make it look like they don't work. Don't worry. They do. RECOMMENDED: Complete guide to the 2024 Tony Awards¬†

Complete 2024 Tony Award Predictions

Complete 2024 Tony Award Predictions

The 2023‚Äď24 Broadway season, which included a staggering 15 new musicals, has been unpredictable from the start. So it should come as no surprise that this year's Tony Awards are unusually¬†hard to predict with confidence‚ÄĒespecially in the musical categories.¬†But having studied the¬†2024 Tony nominations,¬†kept track of¬†the buzz and talked to industry sources, we're finally ready to make our calls. Here‚Äôs who we think will win when Ariana DeBose returns to host Broadway‚Äôs biggest night¬†on June 16, 2024. RECOMMENDED:¬†How to watch the 2024 Tony Awards BEST MUSICAL Hell‚Äôs KitchenIllinoiseThe OutsidersSuffs Water for Elephants The race:¬†The Tonys' biggest prize is also its biggest question mark, which will make for an exciting horse race on Sunday. The hit Alicia Keys musical Hell's Kitchen got the most nominations overall, and conventional wisdom has pegged it as the frontrunner from the start. But its support is very soft, in part because it's a jukebox musical, a genre that Broadway has mixed feelings about. So at least two other shows have chances of snagging the award: the street-gang serenade The Outsiders, which is also a hit and got nearly as many nominations as Hell's Kitchen; and the feminist historical musical Suffs, which would be in line with Tony voters' recent penchant for brainier and more original projects. Suffs would benefit the most from a win‚ÄĒa factor that many voters value‚ÄĒbut¬†we've heard an awful lot of rumblings in The Outsiders's direction lately. In the en

The 56 best restaurants in Buenos Aires

The 56 best restaurants in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires never stops, and its gastronomic scene doesn't either. From a luxury grill to a vegetarian warehouse, a 1952 diner, botanical haute cuisine, signature fine dining, charcuterie on the sidewalk, and nostalgic Porte√Īo food in a market. We make it easy for you or we make it short: these are its essential restaurants.

Los 56 mejores restaurantes de Buenos Aires

Los 56 mejores restaurantes de Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires no para, su movida gastron√≥mica tampoco. De una parrilla de lujo a un galp√≥n vegetariano, un bodeg√≥n de 1952 , alta cocina bot√°nica, fine dining de autor, charcuter√≠a en la vereda y comida porte√Īa nost√°lgica en un mercado. Te lo ponemos f√°cil o te la hacemos corta: estos son sus restaurantes esenciales.

Ru Omakase Atl√°ntico: una noche especial en un domo

Ru Omakase Atl√°ntico: una noche especial en un domo

Sushi, platitos asi√°ticos y postres que la itamae prepara ante tus ojos, en un men√ļ de pasos con lo mejor de la pesca, los mariscos y las algas de la costa argentina. Tambi√©n te puede interesar: Sushi omakase: los mejores restaurantes secretos de Buenos Aires Los 56 mejores restaurantes de Buenos Aires 3 hamburguesas especiales para probar en Buenos Aires La m√ļsica siempre encendida. Ni este ni ning√ļn detalle se le pasa a Romina Roux. De los caracoles -que ya nos hablan de la oda al mar agentino que practica aqu√≠- a la vajilla, hecha en cer√°mica por su mam√° y su hija (algunos cubiertos son del abuelo). O la puerta de tela oriental, que se corre para que empiece la funci√≥n.¬† De mi√©rcoles a s√°bados, a las 20.30 puntual, la chef deleita con su omakase atl√°ntico. Esta experiencia nipona que se afianza en Palermo tiene la propuesta m√°s original en RŇ™: el primer restaurante en un domo de Buenos Aires. El hecho de que est√© en manos de una mujer tambi√©n lo hace peculiar, porque desaf√≠a la tradici√≥n japonesa. La estructura que lo aloja es singular para la ciudad y fue montada en el patio del hotel Pleno Palermo, para crear un espacio s√ļper √≠ntimo para 12 comensales que tienen el privilegio de ver trabajar a Romina. Es magn√©tica. Toma las t√©cnicas, los sabores, el detalle y la sutileza de la culinaria japonesa en una versi√≥n libre de los pescados y frutos de nuestro oc√©ano. ‚ÄúEn cada paso utilizamos un producto, pueden ser vieiras, almejas, lo mejor que haya en el mercado. No es un omak

Listings and reviews (628)

The Welkin

The Welkin

3 out of 5 stars

Sandra Oh plays one of a dozen women charged with determining whether a wild young woman condemned as a murderer is pregnant‚ÄĒwhich would spare her from the hangman's noose‚ÄĒin¬†Lucy Kirkwood's ensemble drama. Sarah Benson directs a large cast that includes Ann Harada,¬†Dale Soules,¬†Suzannah Perkins,¬†Hannah Cabell, Glenn Fitzgerald and¬†Haley Wong. This very ambitious piece is a bit uneven both in writing and execution, but at its best it suggests a cross between¬†Twelve Angry Men¬†and¬†The Crucible, as written by Caryl Churchill.

Oh, Mary!

Oh, Mary!

5 out of 5 stars

Cole Escola's dizzying historical burlesque imagines a boozy, vicious and miserable Mary Todd Lincoln in the weeks leading up to her husband’s assassination. Escola plays Mary with magnetic zaniness, poise and total moment-to-moment comic commitment; director Sam Pinkleton never lets the comic energy flag, and the supporting cast is delicious. (Conrad Ricamora and James Scully as the men in Mary's life.) Everything comes together to create an instant downtown classic, and the funniest stage comedy in years. After a talk-of-town Off Broadway engagement, the show now moves to Broadway for a limited run.

Encores!: Titanic

Encores!: Titanic

4 out of 5 stars

City Center's invaluable Encores! series¬†concludes its 2024 season with a concert staging of¬†Maury Yeston and Peter Stone's Tony-winning 1997 musical about hubris, humanity and one very inconvenient iceberg. The always astute¬†Anne Kauffman directs a¬†cast that includes Ramin Karimloo, Bonnie Milligan, Chip Zien, Judy Kuhn, Brandon Uranowtiz, Jose Llana, Andrew Durand, Adam Chanler-Berat,¬†A.J. Shively, Alex Joseph Grayson,¬†Drew Gehling, Samatha Williams and three members of the¬†talented¬†Cooper family: Chuck, Lilli and Eddie. Encores! has been on fire this season, and this first-class¬†show is no exception; it is a¬†return to the series‚Äôs core mandate, assembling an impossibly deluxe cast and orchestra to perform a musical that has many interesting features‚ÄĒincluding its gorgeous choral opening and finale‚ÄĒbut which can probably never be revived otherwise.

Cats: The Jellicle Ball

Cats: The Jellicle Ball

4 out of 5 stars

Theater review by Adam Feldman A revival of¬†Cats, at least in theory, might well give you paws. After a then-record 18-year run on Broadway‚ÄĒwith a tagline, ‚ÄúNOW AND FOREVER,‚ÄĚ that began to sound a bit like a threat‚ÄĒAndrew Lloyd Webber's synthtastic 1980s musical finally hung up its leotards and yak-hair wigs in 2000. Its comeback efforts since then have been less than overwhelming: a taxidermic 2016 revival, a widely mocked 2019 film. It seemed as though the show had been condemned to obsolescence, humbled and disavowed like its own once-grand Grizabella the Glamour Cat. But now along comes a thrilling reconception at the Perelman Performing Arts Center that not only rescues Cats from the oversize junkyard but lifts it, like Grizabella herself, to unexpected heights.¬† Cats: The Jellicle Ball | Photograph: Courtesy Matthew Murphy Is Cats good or bad? That‚Äôs a question without an answer. Cats is beyond good and bad. Cats is Cats. Cats is about cats competing to be sent into the ionosphere. Cats is about cats who sing light verse from T.S. Eliot‚Äôs Old Possum‚Äôs Book of Practical Cats, an exercise in high silliness that sits at the classy end of an anthropomorphic-cat comedy genre that includes, at lower stations, New Yorker cartoons and I Can Has Cheezburger? memes. Cats is about Andrew Lloyd Webber writing a lot more melodies than he often does‚ÄĒto fit the requirements of Eliot‚Äôs meter‚ÄĒand producing many bangers right out of his hat. Cats is about human dancers performing feline

Ru Omakase Atl√°ntico

Ru Omakase Atl√°ntico

4 out of 5 stars

Sushi, platitos asi√°ticos y postres que la itamae prepara ante tus ojos, en un men√ļ de pasos con lo mejor de la pesca, los mariscos y las algas de la costa argentina. La m√ļsica siempre encendida. Ni este ni ning√ļn detalle se le pasa a¬†Romina Roux.¬†De los caracoles -que ya nos hablan de la oda al mar agentino que practica aqu√≠- a la vajilla, hecha en cer√°mica por su mam√° y su hija (algunos cubiertos son del abuelo). O la puerta de tela oriental, que se corre para que empiece la funci√≥n.¬† De mi√©rcoles a s√°bados, a las 20.30 puntual, la chef deleita con su omakase atl√°ntico. Esta experiencia¬†nipona que se afianza en Palermo tiene la propuesta m√°s original en¬†RŇ™: el primer restaurante en un domo de Buenos Aires.¬†El hecho de que est√© en manos de una mujer tambi√©n lo hace peculiar, porque desaf√≠a la tradici√≥n japonesa. La estructura que lo aloja es singular para la ciudad y fue montada¬†en el patio del hotel Pleno Palermo, para crear un espacio s√ļper √≠ntimo para¬†12 comensales¬†que¬†tienen el privilegio de ver trabajar a Romina. Es magn√©tica. Toma las t√©cnicas, los sabores, el detalle y la sutileza de la culinaria japonesa en una versi√≥n libre de los pescados y frutos de nuestro oc√©ano. ‚ÄúEn cada paso utilizamos un producto, pueden ser¬†vieiras, almejas,¬†lo mejor que haya en el mercado.¬†No es un omakase tradicional, no ofrecemos solamente piezas de sushi ni bajamos nigiris uno por uno. Fusionamos la cocina japonesa con otras t√©cnicas, de alta cocina o de la gastronom√≠a francesa, por ejem

Home

Home

3 out of 5 stars

Broadway¬†review by Adam Feldman¬† The revivals that Kenny Leon has directed on Broadway form something like a syllabus of modern African-American drama, from Loraine Hansberry to August Wilson to Suzan-Lori Parks. Last season, that project brought him to Purlie Victorious, in which a Black man travels to his birthplace in the South to reclaim his place there in triumph; now Leon follows it with a play in which a different rural homecoming seems less happy, at least at first. But don‚Äôt give up too fast: Home, after all, is where the heart is. Cephus Miles (Tory Kittles) is a broken man at the start of Samm-Art Williams‚Äôs play, which is now at the Roundabout‚Äôs Todd Haimes Theatre. After a long exile‚ÄĒfirst in prison, then in a big city up north‚ÄĒCephus is back in his not-so-subtly-named hometown of Cross Roads, North Carolina. In a rocking chair on the porch of his childhood home, he seems to have nowhere to go; his right hand has a tremor, and the noisy local kids think he‚Äôs a ghost. (Like all of the roles except Cephus, these taunting brats are played by the gifted duo of Brittany Inge and Stori Ayers, who move among dozens of characters with big swings of affect and voice.) But for Home, which debuted downtown in 1979 under the aegis of the Negro Ensemble Company before moving to a successful Broadway run the next year, Cephus‚Äôs weary return after many trials is not a defeat. Like Cephus himself, the play has an abiding faith in the eventual goodness of the Lord above‚ÄĒdespite a

Raggio Osteria

Raggio Osteria

4 out of 5 stars

Tiene un poco m√°s de un a√Īo y ya empez√≥ con el pie derecho: est√° en las recomendaciones de la prestigiosa Gu√≠a Michelin. Gastronom√≠a italiana con materia prima argentina, es la f√≥rmula de este reciente √©xito alojado dentro del Hotel Pleno Palermo Soho. Anchoas de Mar del Plata, aj√≠ de Salta y oliva de Mendoza en unas artesanales pastas casarecce. Aceitunas negras de La Rioja y alcaparrones de Santiago del Estero, para la salsa puttanesca. Los pistachos son de San Juan; la carne y los vegetales, del campo bonaerense. En Raggio Osteria se re√ļnen los productos de nuestra tierra y nuestro mar, con las recetas tradicionales que Sebasti√°n Raggiante trae de su Bologna natal. El viaje no fue directo, tuvo muchas escalas en el camino, como su paso por el consagrad√≠simo El Bulli, un Relais & Ch√Ęteaux de la Costa Azul como Le Petit Nice y el sofisticado ristorante Cracco de Milano. En Mallorca, cuando era jefe de cocina, el mediterr√°neo Gadus se llev√≥ una estrella Michelin. Cuando emigr√≥ a Buenos Aires, supo tener su propio lugar (junto a su expareja), se llamaba Moreneta y quedaba en Montserrat. Pero todo esto es parte del pasado de Sebasti√°n, a quien el presente lo encuentra en un muy buen momento. A poco de inaugurar su oster√≠a, la estrella lo vuelve a tocar. Algo que lo tiene tan contento como ocupado. Le√© la nota completa ¬†

Tres Monos

Tres Monos

4 out of 5 stars

A Tres Monos le llueven premios internacionales: no solo est√° en el puesto 11 de The World 's 50 Best Bars (por lo que se podr√≠a decir que es el mejor bar de Palermo), sino que recibi√≥ un premio por su servicio relajado (fue el primer bar sudamericano en ganar el Michter' s Art of Hospitality Award).¬† Su cocteler√≠a es suprema y tambi√©n inclusiva: tienen una escuela de bartenders en el Barrio Mugica -ex Villa 31- para capacitaci√≥n e inserci√≥n laboral, ya que luego los ‚Äúgraduados‚ÄĚ vienen a trabajar a Tres Monos.¬† El proyecto de los amigos Sebasti√°n Atienza, Gus Vocke y Charly Aguinsky no queda relegado a lo que sucede en este local de Guatemala y Thames. Ellos quieren compartir su trabajo y generar un cambio en la comunidad, a la vez que potencian el talento de los habitantes del Barrio Mugica y les ense√Īan un oficio, el que aman.¬† Le√© la nota completa.

Fogón Asado

Fogón Asado

4 out of 5 stars

Para vivir la tradici√≥n del asado argentino en primera fila, frente al fuego y al chef parrillero. Las carnes y los vinos son protagonistas, aunque tambi√©n hay opciones vegetarianas. Te contamos a detalle nuestra experiencia en esta parrilla argentina que hace todo bien. Fog√≥n Asado est√° emplazado en una casa antigua de Palermo reformada y decorada con un gusto tan exquisito, como los sabores argentinos que propone esta parrilla de lujo en la que nunca se acaba el fuego. Nos reciben con el perfume a quebracho, que ya est√° chispeando, y un Lado Luminoso, el c√≥ctel de la casa con torront√©s, gin infusionado con yerba mate, verm√ļ y n√©ctar de flores de sauco. En seguida llega el sif√≥n, otra de las estrellas de la noche. La ceremon√≠a contin√ļa al sentarse en la front row de este desfile de tradiciones, ante una parrilla que fue dise√Īada a medida: en las planchas van los vegetales org√°nicos; en el fog√≥n, las prote√≠nas de La Pampa, de animales de pastura que preservan el sabor caracter√≠stico de la raza Angus. La le√Īa viene del Norte: la madera blanca, m√°s liviana, la usan para prender el fuego; la roja, para lograr las brasas. Nos presentan los cortes que vamos a probar: ceja con crema de coliflor y choclo al rescoldo, ojo de bife con pur√© de boniatos, un costillar -que tiene 8 horas de cocci√≥n con distintas t√©cnicas- y matambre, una particularidad argentina, una pieza que tiene personalidad propia. La degustaci√≥n se completa con berenjena ahumada con ricota c√≠trica, provoleta crocant

Uni Omakase

Uni Omakase

5 out of 5 stars

Todo lo que sucede tras tocar el timbre es una grata sorpresa. Te reciben por tu nombre, cruz√°s una puerta corrediza y te dan la bienvenida al un√≠sono en japon√©s. Irasshaimase.¬† ‚ÄúEn este punto comienza una experiencia donde perd√©s la noci√≥n del tiempo y el lugar. Te van bajando uno por uno diferentes bocados a un ritmo que te permite disfrutar y apreciar, sabores, aromas, texturas y la sencillez visual de cada pieza‚ÄĚ, nos describe Dami√°n Shiizu. La noche est√° guiada por la filosof√≠a de dar sin esperar nada a cambio: Omotenashi. Aunque no sepas japon√©s y no puedas leer lo que est√° escrito en el lienzo sobre la barra, lo vas a sentir en todo el rato. ‚ÄúLa escritura en Jap√≥n es una forma de arte que se llama ShodŇć. Esto lo escribi√≥ una cal√≠grafa japonesa para Uni. Adem√°s de Omotenashi, menciona las palabras que est√°n ligadas: respeto, invitado de honor, hospitalidad, cordialidad, armon√≠a‚ÄĚ, explica el chef, que tuvo la fortuna de aprender de los pioneros de la gastronom√≠a japonesa en la Argentina. ‚ÄúEmpec√© con Hatsuko Komiyama y Takeo Komiyama. Adem√°s mi pap√° y mi mam√° son japoneses, con lo cual mi relaci√≥n con Jap√≥n viene desde la crianza‚ÄĚ. Le√© la nota completa.¬†

The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

3 out of 5 stars

Broadway review¬†by Adam Feldman¬† The Great Gatsby looks great. If you want production values, this adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald‚Äôs 1925 novel, directed by Marc Bruni, delivers more than any other new musical of the overstuffed Broadway season. It‚Äôs the Roaring Twenties, after all‚ÄĒnow as well as then‚ÄĒso why not be loud? Let other shows make do with skeletal, functional multipurpose scenic design; these sets and projections, by Paul Tate de Poo III, offer grandly scaled Art Deco instead. Linda Cho‚Äôs costumes are Vegas shiny for the party people and elegant for the monied types. The production wears excess on its sleeveless flapper dresses. The Great Gatsby | Photograph: Courtesy Evan Zimmerman ¬† The Great Gatsby often sounds great, too. Its lead actors, Jeremy Jordan as the self-made millionaire Jay Gatsby and Eva Noblezada as his dream girl, Daisy Buchanan, have deluxe voices, and the score gives them plenty to sing. Jason Howland‚Äôs music dips into period pastiche for the group numbers‚ÄĒthere are lots of them, set to caffeinated choreography by Dominique Kelley‚ÄĒbut favors Miss Saigon levels of sweeping pop emotionality for the main lovers; the old-fashioned craft of Nathan Tysen‚Äôs lyrics sits comfortably, sometimes even cleverly, on the melodies.¬† In other regards, this Gatsby is less great. Book writer Kait Kerrigan has taken some admirably ambitious swings in adapting material that has defeated many would-be adapters before her. She cuts much of Gatsby‚Äôs backstory, and m

Mother Play: A Play in Five Evictions

Mother Play: A Play in Five Evictions

4 out of 5 stars

Broadway review by Adam Feldman¬† Paula Vogel has tapped into veins of autobiography throughout her distinguished career, and in her latest work she hits the big one: the mother lode. As its wryly categorical title suggests,¬†Mother Play¬†is an I-remember-mama drama in a time-honored mode; it carries a hint of resignation‚ÄĒas though it were in some sense an act of obligation, a rite through which every playwright must pass. And to drive home its place in the matrilineal succession, the play‚Äôs world premiere at Second Stage stars the supreme Jessica Lange, whose two most recent Broadway appearances were as the preeminent ghost moms of American drama: Amanda Wingfield in¬†The Glass Menagerie¬†and Mary Tyrone in¬†Long Day‚Äôs Journey Into Night.¬† Mother Play‚Äôs Phyllis¬†combines aspects of both. She‚Äôs an impoverished single mother from the South who tries to live up to outmoded standards (and spends a lot of time on the phone); she‚Äôs also an addict whose children must ultimately take care of her. A gin-swilling divorc√©e in thrift-store Chanel who mails dead bugs to her landlord with the rent, Phyllis is a real character‚ÄĒand a character openly based on the real Phyllis Vogel. The play is a slice of life, served raw. It‚Äôs a savage but grudgingly loving portrait of two women stuck together with blood: one who never wanted to be a mother, and one who never chose to be her daughter. ‚ÄúIt is never over,‚ÄĚ as Phyllis says. ‚ÄúIt‚Äôs a life sentence.‚ÄĚ Mother Play: A Play in Five Evictions | Photograph:

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The official 2024 Tony Award nominations (complete list)

The official 2024 Tony Award nominations (complete list)

The nominations for the¬†2024 Tony Awards¬†were announced this morning,¬†honoring productions from the 2023‚Äď24 Broadway season. The awards are given out annually by the Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing to¬†salute outstanding achievements in 26 categories of Broadway artistry. Actors Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Ren√©e Elise Goldsberry¬†revealed the full list of nominees live on YouTube¬†at 9am.¬†Among the 2023-24¬†Broadway productions¬†earning the most nominations¬†are the new musical¬†Hell's Kitchen¬†(13) and the new play¬†Stereophonic¬†(13); reaping the next most¬†are the new musicals¬†The Outsiders¬†(12),¬†Water for Elephants (7) and¬†Suffs¬†(6)¬†and¬†the revivals¬†Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club¬†(9),¬†Merrily We Roll Along¬†(7),¬†Appropriate (8)¬†and¬†Purlie Victorious¬†(6).¬†¬†¬† RECOMMENDED:¬†A full guide to the 2024 Tony Awards The Tony Awards ceremony, hosted this year by Ariana DeBose, will be held at¬†Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater¬†on Sunday, June 16, 2024, and the main part will be televised on CBS in a three-hour broadcast starting at 8pm ET.¬†(The event can also be watched live throughout the country by premium subscribers to the¬†streaming service¬†Paramount+.)¬† Here¬†is a¬†complete list of¬†the official nominations for the 2024 Tony Awards (not to be confused with¬†the 2024¬†TONY*¬†nominations, which we published yesterday!). Best¬†Play Jaja‚Äôs African Hair Braiding by Jocelyn BiohMary Jane by Amy HerzogMother Play: A Play in Five Evictions by Paula VogelPrayer for the French Republic by Joshu

How to watch the 2024 Tony Awards

How to watch the 2024 Tony Awards

Broadway's jam-packed 2023‚Äď24 season comes to an end on Sunday, June 16, when the¬†2024 Tony Awards¬†are handed out at Lincoln Center.¬†The nominations have been made, the reactions have been had, the profiles of nominees have been written, the predictions have been lodged.¬†Now there's nothing left but the awarding‚ÄĒand, of course, the singing and dancing. The CBS broadcast on Sunday night will feature musical performances by¬†nine of this year's contenders: Best Musical nominees Hell‚Äôs Kitchen, Illinoise, The Outsiders, Suffs and Water for Elephants;¬†Best Musical Revival nominees¬†Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club,¬†Merrily We Roll Along and¬†The Who‚Äôs Tommy; and Best Play nominee¬†Stereophonic.¬†The show is also sure to¬†include a few original numbers‚ÄĒincluding at least one for Ariana DeBose,¬†who is returning for her third year as host. Here are five tips for watching the Tony Awards this year. 1. The Tony Awards will air live from coast to coast Theater is all about the thrill of the live moment. But until recently, viewers who weren't in the Eastern Time Zone watched the Tony telecast hours after happened. In the age of social media, that kind of delay is increasingly old-fashioned. So CBS now broadcasts the three-hour main portion of the awards ceremony live and simultaneously from coast to coast, starting at 8pm ET, 7pm CT, 6pm MT and 5pm PT. The Tonys will also stream live and on demand on Paramount+. (Paramount+ Essential subscribers will not have the option to stream it live, but wil

Broadway Q&A: Here Lies Love set designer David Korins

Broadway Q&A: Here Lies Love set designer David Korins

The first time I interviewed David Korins for Time Out, in 2005, he was a rising Off Broadway talent on the verge of his very first Broadway show. In the years since then, he has emerged as perhaps the preeminent theatrical set designer of his generation: He's the man behind the scenes of Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, Beetlejuice and the current revival of The Who's Tommy, to name just a few of his two dozen Broadway credits. But none of his past projects have been quite as spectacular as what he created last summer for Here Lies Love, David Byrne and Fatboy Slim's musical portrait of the morally compromised Filipina First Lady Imelda Marcos. Working with director Alex Timbers, Korins shaped the production in multiple incarnations over the course of more than a decade before arriving at the massive Broadway Theatre, which Here Lies Love transformed completely from a traditional proscenium space into an immersive nightclub experience. This was set design on an unprecedented scale: groundbreaking, radical and thrilling. Korins has somehow never won a Tony Award for his work, but now he has been nominated again. Here Lies Love closed in November, but if Tony voters have any sense, this should be his year.  For all his success, Korins seems to have remained fundamentally the same as he was 20 years ago: candid, articulate, friendly and passionate about his creative endeavors. In this interview at his apartment, we talked about his astounding work on Here Lies Love as well as his ca

Bill Murray is doing a free pop-up play in Times Square today

Bill Murray is doing a free pop-up play in Times Square today

The hit Broadway¬†revival of An Enemy of the People, Henrik Ibsen's 1882 social drama about politics and pollution, was interrupted¬†in March by protesters from the climate activist group¬†Extinction Rebellion. As we reported at the time, the play's performers‚ÄĒincluding¬†Jeremy Strong and Michael Imperioli‚ÄĒtook the interruption in stride, and some of them even engaged with the protesters. "You should write your own play!" yelled one of the actors. Extinction Rebellion hasn't written its own play. Instead, it is joining forces with¬†Theater of War Productions‚ÄĒa performance group that specializes in combining classical texts with burning contemporary issues, as in its acclaimed production¬†Antigone in Ferguson‚ÄĒto present its own version of An Enemy of the People¬†in a pop-up theater event today in Times Square today. And Theater of War has recruited some¬†impressive names for this free¬†reading of scenes from Ibsen's drama, led by the¬†widely¬†adored¬†Bill Murray. Master thespian Jay O. Sanders (Purlie Victorious) will play the central role of Dr. Thomas Stockmann, who discovers dangerous bacteria in his spa town's water. Murray will play his brother, the town's mayor, who tries to silence his findings; Taylor Schilling (Orange Is the New Black) and Kathryn Erbe (Law & Order: Criminal Intent) will play¬†the doctor's daughter and wife, respectively. Veteran stage actors Peter Francis James, Zach Grenier and Enid Graham are also¬†in the company. So is Nate Smith‚ÄĒone of the activists who disrup

New York’s iconic Sleep No More will now close in September

New York’s iconic Sleep No More will now close in September

Update 6/11/24:¬†According to an official press release, Sleep No More has been extended to September 29, 2024. Although the official reason behind the change has not been disclosed, the renewed interest in the production following its closure announcement might have contributed to the decision. The show was originally scheduled to close for good on January 28, 2024. --- Update:¬†Sleep No More has been extended by four weeks to April 28, 2024. According to The McKittrick Hotel, the extension comes as a way to accommodate ‚Äúthe outpouring of admiration,‚ÄĚ it has received since announcing its closure. The McKittrick Hotel will soon¬†accept no new reservations: The remarkable¬†immersive experience Sleep No More, New York City‚Äôs premiere live attraction since 2011, announced today that it will¬†shut its doors for good on January 28, 2024. An unsettling and sexy dance-theater piece lodged in an extravagantly detailed mock hotel complex on West 27th Street, the show was created by the British company Punchdrunk and produced in NYC by¬†Emursive. When it closes, it will have played exactly 5,000 performances and entertained some two million spectator-participants. "A multitude of searing sights crowd the spectator's gaze at the bedazzling and uncanny theater installation Sleep No More," wrote David Cote¬†in his¬†Time Out review. "Your sense of space and depth‚ÄĒalready compromised by the half mask that audience members must don‚ÄĒis further blurred as you wend through more than 90 discrete spaces,

Broadway Q&A: Hell's Kitchen director Michael Greif

Broadway Q&A: Hell's Kitchen director Michael Greif

Michael Greif has had a prodigious Broadway career as the director of landmark musicals including Rent, Next to Normal and Dear Evan Hansen. Even by that standard, however, his 2023‚Äď24 Broadway season has been astonishing. Without much fanfare, Greif pulled off a feat that may well be unprecedented, at least in recent decades: He directed or co-directed not one, not two, but three new Broadway musicals in a single season. Each is very different from the others: Hell‚Äôs Kitchen is a jukebox musical built around the hits of Alicia Keys; The Notebook is a transhistorical romance adapted from a well-loved novel and film; and Days of Wine and Roses, which closed in March, was a chamber-operatic portrait of an alcoholic couple in the 1950s.¬† We recently talked with Greif for an hour via Zoom, during which time his eyes welled twice with tears at the memory of pivotal moments in developing his shows. Greif‚Äôs greatest strength as a director is perhaps his ability to elicit performances that lift actors to the best they can be onstage: apotheosis performances that make you feel like these exact actors were born to play these exact roles. It‚Äôs no accident that he has shepherded so many of the 21st century‚Äôs most indelible musical turns,¬†such as Christine Ebersole in Grey Gardens, Alice Ripley in Next to Normal, Ben Platt in Dear Evan Hansen and Kelli O‚ÄôHara in Days of Wine and Roses. In focusing on making the shows and actors shine, however, his style is fundamentally self-effacing. Per

Dolly Parton is bringing a new musical to Broadway

Dolly Parton is bringing a new musical to Broadway

Dolly Parton will return to Broadway in 2026¬†as the author of a new musical based on her life, the widely beloved singer announced today.¬†In a full-circle touch,¬†the show will be titled¬†Hello, I'm Dolly, after the title of¬†Parton's first album‚ÄĒwhich was itself, of course, a nod to a Broadway musical. ‚ÄúI lived my whole life to see this show on stage," said¬†Parton.¬†"I‚Äôve written many original songs for the show and included all your favorites in it as well. You‚Äôll laugh, you‚Äôll cry, you‚Äôll clap, you‚Äôll stomp, it truly is a Grand Ol‚Äô Opera. Pun and fun intended. Don‚Äôt miss it!‚ÄĚ Though Broadway fans have long fantasized that Parton would¬†hit the Street as a performer‚ÄĒperhaps in a revival of¬†Annie Get Your Gun,¬†The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas or, yes,¬†Hello, Dolly!‚ÄĒshe has ventured onto the Great White Way only once before, when she wrote the score for the short-lived¬†9 to 5 the Musical¬†in 2009. It was in a 2019 London revival¬†of that show that brought her into contact with producer Adam Speers, who is leading the charge for¬†Hello, I'm Dolly.¬† "I had always heard she wanted to do a musical based on her life, so when she asked if I would be interested in producing it, I was bowled over," said Speers. "As the world knows, Dolly is a magical blend of talent, hard work, intelligence, charm, wit, and a gigantically big heart. I‚Äôm thrilled we‚Äôre going to bring her inspiring story to Broadway.‚ÄĚ In addition to writing the new musical's score, Parton will co-write¬†its book with Maria S

A Louis Armstrong musical is coming to Broadway this fall

A Louis Armstrong musical is coming to Broadway this fall

Hello, Louis! James Monroe Iglehart will star as the raspy jazz titan Louis Armstrong in A Wonderful World: The Louis Armstrong Musical¬†on Broadway this fall, producers of the show announced today. The new musical¬†will begin previews at Studio 54 on October 16, and open officially on November 11. With a book¬†by stage and TV writer Aurin Squire (This Is Us),¬†A Wonderful World¬†divides the story of the¬†iconic trumpeter and singer¬†into¬†four sections, one for each of his wives, and incorporates some of the Great American Songbook standards that¬†Armstrong helped make famous. Expect classics¬†like the title song and ‚ÄúIt Don‚Äôt Mean A Thing It Ain‚Äôt Got That Swing‚ÄĚ‚ÄĒwith perhaps a lean toward songs that are already in the public domain, such as¬† ‚ÄúI Can‚Äôt Give You Anything But Love, Baby."¬† Iglehart, who won a Tony for his performance as the Genie in Aladdin and currently¬†plays King Arthur in Spamalot,¬†earned strong reviews¬†as¬†Satchmo in trial runs of the show in New Orleans and Chicago last year. Director Christopher Renshaw is credited, with Andrew Delaplaine, as the show's co-conceiver; the other members of the cast and creative team have not yet been confirmed.¬† Tickets for¬†A Wonderful World¬†are on sale now, so pick them up here.¬† Photograph: Courtesy Jeremy DanielA Wonderful World: The Louis Armstrong Musical ¬†

Michael Urie will join Sutton Foster in Once Upon a Mattress

Michael Urie will join Sutton Foster in Once Upon a Mattress

Michael Urie will reprise his role as the pampered Prince Dauntless opposite Sutton Foster's scrappy Princess Winnifred in this summer's Broadway revival of the fairy-tale musical Once Upon a Mattress, the production announced today. The two actors also led the show's brief staged-concert run in City Center's Encores! series earlier this year.  Foster, of course, has been the hardest-working woman on Broadway for decades now, working her way up from teenage Star Search contestant to replacement and chorus roles in the 1990s (including in Grease and Annie) to starring in original musicals in the 2000s (including Thoroughly Modern Millie and Shrek) and working her way through the musical-theater canon in revivals ever since (including Anything Goes, Violet and The Music Man). Urie, meanwhile, has parlayed his early fame on TV's Ugly Betty into a stage career of great variety and charm, whether in Off Broadway showcases like Buyer and Seller and The Government Inspector or in Broadway comedies like Torch Song Trilogy and Grand Horizons. Once Upon a Mattress, a jaunty riff on Hans Christian Andersen’s "The Princess and the Pea," made its Broadway debut in 1959 with Carol Burnett as Winnifred, and returned in 1996 starring Sarah Jessica Parker. The score, by Mary Rodgers and Marshall Barer, includes such charmers as "Shy" and "Happily Ever After"; for this production, directed by the astute Lear DeBessonet, the show's original book (by Barer, Jay Thompson and Dean Fuller) has been

George Clooney will make his Broadway debut next year

George Clooney will make his Broadway debut next year

George Clooney will make his Broadway debut next¬†spring in¬†a world-premiere stage adaptation of¬†his own 2005 film¬†Good Night, and Good Luck, a¬†portrait of the storied CBS journalist¬†Edward R. Murrow, who helped turned the tide against McCarthyism in the 1950s.¬† In the movie version‚ÄĒwhich was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director‚ÄĒClooney played Murrow's colleague Fred Friendly. This time around, he will¬†step into the lead role originated by David Strathairn. ‚ÄúI am honored, after all these years, to be coming back to the stage and especially to Broadway, the art form and the venue that every actor aspires to,‚ÄĚ Clooney said.¬† Clooney will cowrite the play with¬†Grant Heslov, his screenwriting partner for the film.¬†He will not, however, be directing the Broadway production;¬†it will be helmed instead by David Cromer (The Band's Visit), one of the theater world's most reliably intelligent and insightful directors.¬†‚ÄúEdward R. Murrow operated from a kind of moral clarity that feels vanishingly rare in today‚Äôs media landscape," Cromer said. "There was an immediacy in those early live television broadcasts that today can only be effectively captured on stage, in front of a live audience."¬† The film was released in black and white. The Broadway production will be in color. Good Night, and Good Luck¬†will open in Spring 2025 at one of the 17 Broadway theaters¬†owned¬†by the Shubert Organization. Additional details about the production have not yet been a

Some early thoughts on the 2024 Tony nominations

Some early thoughts on the 2024 Tony nominations

The nominations for the 2024 Tony Awards have now been announced, setting off a six-week period of campaigning, complaining and arguing before Broadway‚Äôs biggest prizes get handed out on June 16. We‚Äôll have more Tonys coverage for you before then, including our predictions of who will win. But here are a few¬†quick reactions to today‚Äôs crop of nominations. RECOMMENDED: A full guide to the 2024 Tony Awards The Tonys have Stereophonic fever. David Adjmi‚Äôs long, beautiful play about a 1970s British-American rock band that is definitely not Fleetwood Mac recording an album that is totally not Rumours racked up an astonishing 13 nominations‚ÄĒthe most of any play in Tony Award history. In large part, this accomplishment was made possible by the original music that Will Butler created for the show, which put it in two races usually reserved for musicals: Best Score and Best Orchestrations. (It‚Äôs the first play ever nominated in the latter category.) But Stereophonic also dominated elsewhere, earning noms in all four design categories as well as featured acting nominations for five of its seven cast members.¬† Photograph: Courtesy Julieta CervantesStereophonic There are now two front-runners in the race for Best Musical. The 2023‚Äď24 season was notable for its large number of new musicals: 15 in all, the most of any season in decades. The Tony nominations have put two of them at the front of the pack in the race for Best Musical, the biggest prize of the season: Hell‚Äôs Kitchen, a jukeb

Julianna Margulies and Peter Gallagher will star in Left on Tenth this fall

Julianna Margulies and Peter Gallagher will star in Left on Tenth this fall

Julianna Margulies and Peter Gallagher are set to¬†return to Broadway this fall¬†in¬†Left on Tenth, a stage adaptation of Delia Ephron's bestselling memoir about a late-in-life love connection.¬† Helmed by two of Broadway's most powerful women, producer Daryl Roth and director Susan Stroman (The Producers), the play is scheduled to premiere on¬†the Great White Way this fall, at a theater to be determined.¬†‚ÄúI am grateful and thrilled to be working with these champions of theater,‚ÄĚ said Ephron. ‚ÄúLeft on Tenth is about a perilous and wondrous time of my life. We invite you to join our team of warriors and become believers yourselves.‚ÄĚ Ephron's husband died of cancer in 2015, just three years after¬†the cancer death of¬†her sister Nora, with whom she cowrote¬†the scripts for the movie¬†You've Got Mail and the long-running Off Broadway play¬†Love, Loss, and What I Wore.¬†Her 2022 book¬†Left on Tenth: a Second Chance at Life chronicles¬†her surprise reconnection, in the wake of those deaths, with a man she had dated half a century earlier‚ÄĒonly to find herself in a¬†cancer struggle of her own. ‚ÄúWhen Delia first spoke to me about her manuscript of Left on Tenth, I felt that her story would make a magnificent play,‚ÄĚ said Roth. ‚ÄúIt is heartfelt, deeply personal yet universal, and full of hope. But it is also a classic romantic comedy for a certain generation, showing us that we can all be blessed with a second chance at life and love.‚ÄĚ Margulies's previous New York stage credits include Ten Unknowns