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Matilda the Musical is more than a show, it’s a phenomenon.
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The film and television actor stars in a storied one-act play at the Booth Theater, playing a down-on-his-luck gambler in 1928 Times Square.
Hofesh Shechter had never choreographed for a Broadway show, but his childhood experience led him to embrace the challenge of adjusting the work of Jerome Robbins.
Jesse Kovarsky strikes Chagall-worthy poses onstage, while the violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins makes the music come alive in the orchestra pit.
Mr. Bartlett discusses the use of language to transform his protagonists from cardboard figures of ridicule into full-blown characters of tragedy and pathos.
Despite being seen by millions across the globe, Shear Madness has never made it to New York - until now.