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76 ‘The Testament of Mary’ Would Achieve More With Less
77 Inventive ‘Macbeth’ Provides New Perspectives on Shakespeare’s Tragedy
78 ‘Orphans’ Offers Fine Actors Playing Synthetic Power Games
79 ‘Jekyll Hyde’ Is Back and Louder Than Ever
80 'The Assembled Parties' Weaves a Web of Complicated Relationships
81 ‘The Big Knife’ Cuts Sharply and Deeply
82 ‘The Nance’ Is Bold, Brave, and Flawed
83 ‘Motown: The Musical’ Bathes Us in Nostalgia
84 ‘Matilda the Musical’ Offers Coup After Coup de Théâtre
85 'Goldor $ Mythyka: A Hero Is Born' Is Undone by Its Chaos
86 'Neverwhere' Conjures a Dank, Fantastical Netherworld
87 'The Beaux’ Stratagem' Makes for a Merry Romp
88 'Billy Ray' Tells of the Birth of Film Noir
89 'Years to the Day' Indicts the Digital Age
90 'Eterniday' Celebrates the Inexplicable
91 'Futurology the Musical' Aspires to Flash and Sass but Doesn't Succeed
92 Philosophical ‘Smokefall’ Lacks a Dramatic Through Line
93 ‘Kinky Boots’ Is the Feel-Good Musical of the Season
94 ‘Kafka’s Monkey’ Proves a Firecracker of an Evening
95 'Buyer Cellar' Is Inventive, Witty, and Pretty Wonderful
96 'Good With People' Makes a Virtue of Brevity
97 ‘The Last Five Years’ Benefits From Its Author’s Insightful Direction
98 'Mad Forest' Proves Denser and Madder Than Ever
99 'Orange Flower Water' Is Inadequately Realized
100 Antaeus Company's 'Mrs. Warren’s Profession' Carefully Avoids Stereotypes

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