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Rob Weinert-Kendt, an arts journalist and editor of American Theatre magazine, has written for The New York Times and Time Out New York. He writes a blog called The Wicked Stage.
ALL ALONE? George Drance in "*mark" (photo by Colin Poellot)
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Rob Weinert-KendtJune 06, 2014
A bearded, haunted man scrambles into the black box theater wearing a soot-colored hoodie, jeans with fist-sized holes at both knees, and a slim backpack, while red siren lights flash and tense cop-show music blares. He crouches behind trash cans to elude an unseen pursuer. When the threat appears t
UNFORGIVEN. Chris O'Dowd and James Franco in "Of Mice and Men" (Photo by Richard Phibbs).
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Rob Weinert-KendtJune 02, 2014
Journeys of hurt and healing on Broadway: 'Of Mice and Men' and 'The Cripple of Inishmaan'
THE PIVOTAL PRESIDENT. Bryan Cranston as L.B.J.
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Rob Weinert-KendtApril 01, 2014
L.B.J. campaigns for civil rights in ‘All the Way.’ A review from theater critic Rob Weinert-Kendt.
Faith The Living Word
Rob Weinert-KendtFebruary 14, 2014
Jana Riess read all 1,189 chapters of the Bible and composed a tart tweet about each one.
HAPPY DAYS? Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen in a new production of "Waiting for Godot"
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Rob Weinert-KendtJanuary 16, 2014
A new ‘Wait for Godot’ on Broadway affirms Samuel Beckett’s brilliance
Mark Rylance as King Richard III
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Rob Weinert-KendtDecember 23, 2013
The Bard’s many incarnations
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Rob Weinert-KendtDecember 14, 2012
There’s a classic bit of advice for actors: Walk into the audition thinking of yourself as the solution to the director’s problem; be that solution and you’ve got the part. Closing the deal is a steeper challenge for the cutthroat salesmen in David Mamet’s 1983 masterpiece Gl
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Rob Weinert-KendtMay 21, 2012

Mike Nichols' production of 'Death of a Salesman' breathes and barks like a freshly born thing.

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Rob Weinert-KendtDecember 12, 2011

'Godspell' is less a traditional musical than a combination praise service and theater-games exercise.

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Rob Weinert-KendtMay 30, 2011

This season on Broadway, misery may love company, but its best friend is comedy.