Steve Weinstein

Review: 'City of Angels' is Devilishly Funny
Review: 'City of Angels' is Devilishly Funny

With a diverse cast of colorfully over-the-top characters, this noirish novel trawls – and trolls – the self-absorbed machine that is Hollywood.

by Steve Weinstein | Apr 25, 2023

The Joyce Theater Presents Third Annual American Dance Platform
The Joyce Theater Presents Third Annual American Dance Platform

With this 5-day festival of up-and-coming companies, NYC's temple of contemporary dance starts off the new year with a bang!

by Steve Weinstein | Jan 22, 2018

Homo Comicus: Judy Gold, Jackie Hoffman, Eddie Sarfaty
Homo Comicus: Judy Gold, Jackie Hoffman, Eddie Sarfaty

Two comic veterans kill it. When they turn their self-lacerating wit outward, no one is spared at this essential LGBT comic showcase.

by Steve Weinstein | Nov 14, 2017

Matthew Bourne's 'The Red Shoes'
Matthew Bourne's 'The Red Shoes'

The protean choreographer's adaptation of a much-loved film has once again given us a work that shows how well dance and theater can complement each other.

by Steve Weinstein | Nov 1, 2017

Twyla Tharp Dance: Bob Dylan Love Songs
Twyla Tharp Dance: Bob Dylan Love Songs

A rematch between the legendary choreographer & balladeer shows Tharpe at the top of her game.

by Steve Weinstein | Sep 26, 2017

Trinkets
Trinkets

Those '90s girls we used to see working the street back when the Meatpacking District was still just that are back in Paul Alexander's wildly uneven, but wildly inventive & even insightful, musical about tranny hooker in The Life.

by Steve Weinstein | Aug 7, 2017

The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin
The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin

Encores! production of a black woman's coming to terms with her racial identity is a winner, firing on all cylinders.

by Steve Weinstein | Aug 2, 2017

Drag Series: Miss Vodka Singer, Cacophany Daniels and more
Drag Series: Miss Vodka Singer, Cacophany Daniels and more

Studio 54's admirable late-night drag series' impresario, in his drag persona, promised an evening of witty. sophistication Wit, yes; short, however, on the sophistication.

by Steve Weinstein | May 2, 2017

Sweat
Sweat

This off-Broadway transfer is more notable for highlighting contemporary white factory workers losing their jobs than for the way the subject is handled here.

by Steve Weinstein | Mar 28, 2017

Deconstruction
Deconstruction

This dissection of a wartime love affair between a bold-faced philosopher & novelist is food for thought, although not a feast.

by Steve Weinstein | Mar 15, 2017


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