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Hard to watch is good

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MICHAEL Williams and Agot Isidro in “Rabbit Hole”      photo by RAUL MONTESSA

I must have been in a melancholy mood as the Chinese Ghost Month came to an end. Friday and Sunday, I took in theater offerings that made me want to reach for my proverbial stash of tissue paper: Red Turnip Theater’s “Rabbit Hole” and 9Works Theatrical’s “The Last Five Years.”

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Showstopper

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EVEN a well-oiled machine like the “Il Divo” tour can encounter bumps on the road. CHARMAINE PROSPERO/FACEBOOK

Last Sunday night we performed at the Fraze Pavilion in Kettering, Ohio. The Fraze is an open-air venue, with an unobstructed view of the skies above.

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In an Empire state of mind

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MICHAEL K. Lee and the author in “Allegiance”

Yes Sir, I am back in New York, my absolute most favorite city in the world. Despite the extreme winter weather that’s been visiting the place, its beauty still remains. Perhaps it’s more than just the novelty of watching the falling snow, but of being a part of the city’s heartbeat and its song.   […]

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