This Week on Broadway for January 9, 2011: The Last Review is the Best



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Written by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, based on the world-famous novel by Bram Stoker
Directed by Paul Alexander
Designers: Dana Kenn (sets), Willa Kim (costumes), Brian Nason (lights), Chris DelVecchio (sound), Rick Sordelet and Mike Rossmy (fight choreography and special effects)
Starring: Michel Altieri (Count Dracula), George Hearn (Abraham van Helsing), Timothy Jerome (Dr. Seward), Jake Silbermann (Jonathan Harker), John Buffalo Mailer (Renfield), Emily Bridges (Lucy Seward), Katharine Luckinbill (Miss Wells, Woman in White), Rob O’Hare (Butterworth)
A Small Fire
Written by Adam Bock
Directed by Trip Cullman
Designers: Loy Arcenas (sets), Ilona Somogyi (costumes), David Weiner (lights), Robert Kaplowitz (original music and sound)
Starring: Michele Pawk (Emily Bridges), Reed Birney (John Bridges), Celia Keenan-Bolger (Jenny Bridges), Victor Williams (Billy Fontaine)
Spider Man
Does it violate consumer protection laws?
Christopher Tierney seems to be doing well
Should theatre critics wait to review shows like this?
New York Times
Time Out New York
Explicit: No
“Die Vampire, Die!” from [title of show]
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