Romeo

‘Romeo and Juliet’ review: Star-crossed older and kinder lovers

GARRISON, NY — A romance and a love story are two different things. In art, we are not good at differentiating. Take “Romeo and Juliet,” for example, a corpse-ridden romantic tragedy that’s often mistaken for a story of the deepest love, though the lovers are teenagers who’ve just met, people who, despite their fierce infatuation, …

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The hit musical comedy ‘Romeo & Bernadette’ is back off Broadway and it’s more amazing than ever

The hilarious musical comedy of the Amas Musical Theater Romeo and Bernadette: A Musical History of Verona and Brooklyn made its critically acclaimed Off-Broadway debut at ART/NY in January 2020, when I first arrived reviewed (and I loved it) two months before the pandemic shutdown of theaters. Now it’s back off-Broadway for a limited engagement …

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