May 14, 2017

A Doll’s House made Henrik Ibsen a household name in 1879. It ruffled feathers throughout the Western world, provoking intemperate outrage, extravagant acclamation, and torrents of reaction in the form of articles, lectures, protests, sermons, and counter-plays. Sequel...

May 5, 2017

My companion at Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the new Broadway musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s book, was my 9-year-old niece Lily. Lily, unlike me, is an expert on all things Willy Wonka: the original 1964 book and both its movie adaptations—...

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