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Author: Arpita Mukherjee

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 Arpita has 40 articles

Linda, currently running at the Manhattan Theatre Club, takes the name of a single character, the protagonist of the story, but represents generations of women struggling with “new” feminism, one that encourages women to have it all. The play, writte …Read more

Those that cannot get tickets to the critical and commercial hit Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 can now travel to an appropriately run-down church to watch a grittier and dirtier display of composer Dave Malloy’s talents. The music in Be …Read more

Those looking for clear narrative arcs and thematic structures will find the impressionistic Tell Hector I Miss Him, playing at Atlantic Theatre Company’s Second Stage, difficult. The meandering work tracks the lives of several Puerto Ricans, using b …Read more

For a long time, I’ve been obsessed with J.D. Salinger. In high school, Catcher in the Rye was one of my favorite novels, one that encapsulated the alienation that is so common in high school. Later in life, I read all of Salinger’s work, his daughte …Read more

If there’s one thing I regret about Confucius at Lincoln Center, it’s by the time this review will come out, the New York run will likely be over. This dance drama presented by the China Arts and Entertainment Group (CAEG), tells the story of the leg …Read more

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