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“What we are dreaming is that technology will allow us to actually stream our games to all the TVs, mobile phones, and tablets in the future, and that we will be able to give an opportunity to all our brands to reach 2.5 billion in five years and maybe five billion players within ten years,” Guillemot said.

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Authorities are searching for a man who they say threw a homemade explosive into a crowded Cheesecake Factory in Pasadena, California, on Thursday night — a jarring incident and possible prank that did not result in injuries.

Shortly after 6 p.m., the man opened the restaurant’s front door and threw the device inside, where it landed under an empty table, police say. The suspect then fled as the device exploded. 

No one was injured in the incident, but the scene quickly devolved.

“People were jumping over one another, fighting to get over bar stools. People were tripping, falling,” one witness told NBC Los Angeles, adding, “Stuff going everywhere. It was very chaotic.”

Police evacuated the scene, and a bomb squad removed the device. While its exact nature hasn’t been released, authorities described the explosive as a “homemade pyrotechnic device” that was seemingly designed to create a loud noise and not “injure or maim,” police told NBC L.A.

It reportedly contained gunpowder, and Pasadena’s mayor told the Orange County Register it was more like a firecracker than a bomb.

Pasadena police told NBC L.A. on Friday that the incident appeared to be “a really bad prank.”

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In a news conference, Pasadena Lt. Mark Goodman explained the device wasn’t a pipe bomb or a Molotov cocktail, and that it contained no projectiles or shrapnel.

Goodman told the Pasadena Star News that the man’s motive remains unclear. “It could be a dissatisfied customer, a disgruntled employee,” he said.

Pasadena police confirm to PEOPLE that they have notified the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms as detectives continue to gather information. The Cheesecake Factory confirmed the incident in a statement and said the Pasadena location would reopen Friday.

“Thankfully, none of our guests or staff was injured,” said Alethea Rowe, a company spokeswoman. “Law enforcement is actively investigating the incident.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Pasadena police at 626-744-4241 or L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.


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2017-01-08-1483908754-57915-Ute.jpgUte Lemper, the acclaimed German chanteuse, bares her continental soul at the inviting 54 Below nightclub, downstairs from Studio 54, tonight and tomorrow. The great Kurt Weill interpreter is taking a departure from her acclaimed repertoire.

Noted for her charismatic delivery of Weimar-era classics, Lemper navigates a more intimate musical universe in Songs From the Broken Heart.

Her current incarnation features a few Brechtian numbers from the streets of Berlin. But the evening isn’t a showcase of her classic Fritz Hollander or Jacques Brel numbers.

It’s a more personal journey that traverses her interior landscape, addressing the pain of life. She showcases her musical artistry, using the poetry of Charles Bukowski or Pablo Neruda for inspiration.

Her sensitivity to suffering is pronounced. This is art as introspection, searching for the truth of existence. Themes of death, love and redemption permeate her oeuvre. So does humor. She manages, in the guise of Mac the Knife, to take theatrical swipes at Donald Trump.

Though singing numbers in French, German, English and Yiddish, Broken Heart focuses on a more modern repertoire — Lemper interprets the songs of Nick Cave, Philip Glass and Tom Waits, backed by an accomplished quartet.

Her range, much like her electric rapport with the audience, is legendary. Lemper doesn’t just sing, she embodies her music. And it achieves added resonance by the historic, political and cultural backdrop in which she carefully sets her selections.

Lempers’s nightclub performances — versus the large concert-hall venues she regularly plays in Europe and Canada — are sexy and intimate. She’s been known to entice people on stage and tease audiences with her “boa moment.” Such external stagecraft has been replaced by a quieter, more reflective mood.

“Hell is built piece by piece,” she sings; in a jazzy rendition of emotional infernos. She has, as Eugene O’Neill wrote, “a touch of the poet.” Lemper strips away life’s pretense and vanity; our tortured souls are her canvas — and she executes her portraits with a masterful hand.

A second global import, Confucius, a new dance drama performed by the China National Opera & Dance Drama Theater at Lincoln Center, is a hypnotic production headed to Washington, D.C. Jan. 13-15. 2017-01-08-1483908858-7077201-Confucius.jpgConfucius Photo: Xinhua/Qin Lang

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Nonfiction: Ladies Who Launch: Women Who Opened the Door to Space Exploration

Dava Sobel’s “The Glass Universe” and Margot Lee Shetterly’s “Hidden Figures” uncover the role of women at critical points in the history of science.
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American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

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Build Your Own Door

And sometimes you might decide to build your very own door yourself. A different Door. That’s what happened to me. That’s how my twenty-some years in the movie business became the books The Rebel Princess and All The Doors to Hollywood and How to Open Them. Both on their way to the screen.

Before those film years, I had written and published short stories, articles, theatre reviews and a scholarly book about our adversary trial system, Injustice For All. None of which quite paid the rent. So I became a Unit Publicist in Hollywood – working, film to film, to collect and write about everything/anything that the studio might eventually use to promote its product. The film business, I discovered, paid well; its union benefits were excellent. I enjoyed the travel entailed. I was delighted to fly to foreign countries first class, thrilled to find myself in London or Madrid or Douala or Hong Kong in an excellent hotel – all on the company’s dime. I enjoyed the adventures and the people – talented, smart, often amusingly flamboyant – almost always interesting. But as time went by, I gradually became restive – restive to write something beyond press kits again.

But – what might that be?

I had worked with such entertainment legends as Jack Nicholson, James Earl Jones, Patrick Stewart, Sean Penn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sting, David Lynch and Dino De Laurentiis, among many others. I had done six films with Dino’s daughter, Raffaella. As the studio’s representative, ostensibly responsible for publicizing only flattering news (and quashing the questionable), I had tried (and failed) to stop my director and producer, in a tipsy state in Hong Kong, from throwing water over our hotel balcony at passersby below. I had tried (and failed) to stop our producer (female) from dancing bare-breasted at parties in London, Almeria and Zhouhai (happily, this was before the ubiquity of smart- phone snaps.). I had tried (and failed) to stop our producer (male) director (male) and writer (female) from holding a peeing contest in the women’s room of a fancy restaurant in Mexico City (miraculously, no female diner entered and screamed.) I had tried (and failed) to stop our two lead actresses from comparing their night-time enuresis issues at a dinner party in Beijing with two Red Army Generals who – I was firmly assured by the interpreter – understood not a word of English. (So why did they smile in all the right place?) In Edinburgh I had been unable (of course) to head off – and then stop – an affair between our lead actor and actress that threatened to seriously disrupt the shoot (her husband and three small children were on location with us.) In Madrid, I ‘d tried (and failed) to stop a member of a well-known muscle-man’s entourage from regularly mooning, through his street-level apartment window, startled passers-by; unaccountably, a swarm of indignant gendarmes did not descend. In El Paso, I’d been unable – on the day she’d faithfully promised the thrilled locals to appear at the yearly grand opening of their racetrack – to find the actress who had, on a whim, blithely disappeared, without a word, in an opposite direction. The locals, who had heavily publicized her presence, were crushed. I was appalled – and furious. The actress, when she finally returned, had had a lovely day.

And so forth. And so forth.

I had also, indeed, stood on sets and shared the breath-stopping moment of the film’s first shot; as well as the triumph/relief of the last. I had watched the lighting cameraman’s magic, the gaffer’s efficiency, the grip’s creativity; I had admired the costume designer’s imagination and make-up’s transformations. I had also too often risen at four a.m. in chill and dark, shifted from foot to foot in the boredom of endless retakes far into the night. On outdoor all-night shoots, I had frozen with cold and rubbed my eyes until the lids hurt, against the near-overwhelming need for sleep. I had felt warmed by daily camaraderie and, at wrap parties, been sad to lose it – but so very relieved at the thought of home – and my own bed. How had we all survived the gritty, grinding, tunnel-vision labor of all those months? And – too often – I’d been depressed by yet one more no-good script that had been unaccountably green-lighted – and that was going to cost a king’s ransom to make.

So: What might I write abut? All of it.

I’d experienced the film business, it occurred to me, from its underbelly. It had been my neighborhood for two decades. I had watched, been part of, on a daily basis, the nuts-and-bolt of movie-making. As well as the riveting, sometimes frightening and often either horrifying or hilarious or all-too-predictable dramas of the participants. I believed that few, if any others, had written about this curtained world from the inside – as it actually is in all its dailiness. So I began. I got two books out of it – and perhaps more to come.

The Rebel Princess, soon to be a mini-series, is a steamy insider’s skinny about a film company on location in Mexico (which I lived at Churubusco Studios with Conan The Destroyer and Dune) – and how movies are really made. All The Door to Hollywood is a series of interviews with some of those behind-the-screen wizards who make movie magic actually happen. They tell film buffs what they do, how they do it, how they got their first jobs, tales of stars they’ve worked with – some adventures they’ve had – and what they love about their work. This book currently headed for reality television, so you can watch the wizards do it all! Both great reads- and definitely paying the rent.

So look round you. Look with a fresh eye. Look at your workplace, your volunteer activities, your church or political groups if any; at your card games and group junkets. Look at your parents’ lives, your children’s, your neighbor’s. Look at your doctor’s waiting room and your children’s – or grandchildren’s – school. Consider the people who catch your attention. Find out what you can about them, imagine their stories. There are ideas, and people interacting in unique ways, everywhere. Every human relationship in fact contains unique twists and depths. And read your newspaper every day. Be aware of the items that stay in your head and stimulate your mind – or touch your heart. Let them germinate. Let them fly. And then write.

Build your own Door to Hollywood. I did.

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Horny Dog Chases Potential Mate, Gets Stuck In Cat Door

A horny dog had to be freed by fire crews after she got her head stuck in a cat door while chasing down a potential mate.

Keeta was looking out the window of her owners’ home in Leicester, England, on Monday morning when she spotted a male dog in the garden. 

The 5-year-old American Bulldog, who was in season, decided to hook up with the other canine and raced for the tiny door designed for felines. Alas, her head fit through the cat door and her body didn’t.

She was trapped.

Determined to free herself, Keeta then ripped out the surrounding panel, but the frame remained lodged around her head.

The other dog — believed to be a smaller terrier — spotted the gap in the door, and took advantage of the moment to sneak inside, reports the Leicester Mercury.

Homeowner Nigel Page heard the commotion, and walked into his kitchen to spot the pair of pups together. When he opened the door, the male dog sprinted off.

Unable to remove the panel, Page called Leicestershire Fire Service; the firefighters then spent 20 minutes maneuvering the plastic panel safely off Keeta’s head.

Page, who adopted Keeta from a rescue center after she was abused as a puppy, said he was now waiting to see whether she would end up having offspring of her own.

“We don’t know whether they’ve done anything or not,” he told the BBC. “The other dog was smaller, a little terrier, but you don’t know. She had that thing stuck on her head so she might not have been in a good mood.”

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And she is extraordinary.

Seven actors speak her words — and Keller opines on everything from politics to literature. She wrote 14 books and met every president from Coolidge to Kennedy. A Radcliffe graduate, she fought tirelessly for equal treatment for the disabled and counted Mark Twain and Charlie Chaplin as friends.

Her story is hugely dramatic, yet Three Days is sometimes devoid of drama. That may be because director Jack Cummings III has chosen a presentational style — actors speaking to an audience — in fragmented moments.

The play is a mosaic, rather than a narrative, skipping back and forth in time. Born a healthy child in Alabama in 1880, a high fever at 18 months robbed Keller of her sight and hearing. Left in isolation, she was nearly feral until Sullivan rescued her from darkness.

The most recognizable moment in Three Days is Sullivan (Barbara Walsh) trying to feed Keller as a child. It’s a scene anyone familiar with “The Miracle Worker will recognize. This incarnation is choreographed to the Benny Goodman classic “Sing, Sing, Sing.” The music is wonderful, but its usage here is distracting.

Similarly, other scenes feature actors Ito Aghayere, Patrick Boll, Marc De La Cruz Theresa McCarthy, Chinaza Uche, Barbara Walsh and Zoe Wilson jumping on chairs, running around the stage or grabbing flowerpots. The text is powerful — it doesn’t always need physical distraction.

At the same time, Keller’s life is fascinating, and we’re moved and enlightened by her story. There are genuinely poignant moments here; one of the most memorable is when her beloved teacher Annie Sullivan dies.

The title Three Days is taken from a piece Keller wrote explaining what she would do if given three days of sight and sound.

While the musical choices either overwhelm or complement the action, featuring overtures from To Kill a Mockingbird to Gone With the Wind, there is power in Keller’s words. Three Days is a reminder of Keller’s amazing life. For those who did not know Keller’s full story, it’s an awakening.

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http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

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Stage Door: Nice Girl

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There’s a tiny hint of A Glass Menagerie in Nice Girl, the Labyrinth Theater’s latest production, now at the Bank Street Theater. Jo, 38, lives at home with her demanding yet clingy mother. Twenty years ago, she had a scholarship to Radcliffe and a bright future. But all that changed in the blink of an eye.

Neither the spiritually dead, but well-intentioned Jo (Diane Davis), nor her undercutting mother Francine (Kathryn Kates), are capable of separating from their symbiotic, soul-crushing union.

Nice Girl is set in suburban Boston in 1984, doesn’t rise to the poetry of Williams, but it possesses a poignancy and moving tribute to working-class blues that’s touching in its simplicity.

And its examination of internecine warfare is quietly heartbreaking.

Poor Jo. She’s so defeated by life and loneliness that when her coworker, a feisty relationship-plagued Sherry (Liv Rooth) asks her what she dreams about, she registers a blank look.

Playwright Melissa Ross is adept at home truths and finding the dark humor in characters wrapped in the stench of failure. She’s aided by director Mimi O’Donnell, who allows her cast to discover the emotional landmines present in simple flirtations or the possibility of joy.

The 70-seat theater seems the ideal forum for a production that explores the destructive impact of a dream deferred.

It’s only when Jo clicks with Donny, a former high school classmate (Nick Cordero), a local butcher, that she even entertains the possibility of change. Or is hope just another illusion?

The cast is letter-perfect. Davis’ shy smile and stoic demeanor speaks volumes, while Kate’s undercutting widowed mother has a strange chemistry with her daughter. They are trapped by more than mere circumstance. Similarly, Cordero and Rooth, both seasoned, eclectic performers, acquit themselves well.

Nice girls don’t finish first, but in Ross’ hands, they leave a lasting impression.

Photo: Monique Carboni

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Reach Your Highest Potential By Checking Your Ego At the Door

Our world is a projection of us. Often times, we get what we give, which is why it is so important for us to remain focused on giving our best each and every day.

But when the ego gets involved, things can get messy and derail those with even the best intentions. Why? Because the ego operates out of personal motive. Unlike confidence — which involves having faith in your abilities to handle whatever comes your way — the ego primarily operates out of one’s own wants and needs. It seeks approval, appreciation and adoration at all costs and often results in being incapable of comprehending anyone else’s perspective. The ego assigns motive, is not open to feedback and sees insult where there isn’t any. All in all, the ego is very ill behaved.

As you might imagine, this path won’t take us very far in life. You see, the primary difference between confidence and the ego is that confidence has the ability to move us forward, while the ego will only hold us back. The ego is what’s behind our tendency to be defensive and avoid self-reflection. Unfortunately, this kind of mindset stunts personal growth and keeps us from fully learning from the lesson or situation at hand. If we want to grow, we must silence the ego and stop allowing it to take over. The goal isn’t necessarily to kill it, but to dilute it in an effort to move forward and be content with questioning it when necessary.

Now, I know what you’re thinking — this is easier said than done. It certainly can be. Releasing instead of feeding the ego will be painful at first. But a bad day for the ego is a great day for the soul and self-growth, so don’t be afraid to go there. Here’s how we can begin to move past it to reach our fullest potential and live happy:

1. Depersonalize
If you are spending precious time and energy trying to get others to believe you are right, they are wrong or that you should be appreciated more than you are then you’ve definitely personalized your situation. Focus on what you can do to move forward and add value. Focus on earning respect and appreciation for the right reasons. Take the higher ground, but remain humble in the process. If you point that action out to others, the ego has once again taken over and you lose — so watch your step and remain focused on the task at hand.

2. Get Neutral and Focus on Next Steps
Put an end to defensive responses or reactions. Defense is, after all, the first act of war. If you find yourself in this position, stop defending. Find a place of neutrality and allow yourself to calm down so that you are in a better position to think clearly and make good decisions. Greet change with a simple “good to know”, avoid the argument with the reality of the situation and move onward.

3. Avoid Knee-Jerk Criticism
When someone makes a decision or suggestion that you don’t necessarily agree with, search for a common ground instead of immediately pointing out all the reasons why their plan or idea is “wrong”. Resistance wastes time and energy that could, instead, be spent on validating and contributing to the effort rather than attempting to block it for self-serving reasons. Consider a plan that could work for the group and even prove more beneficial instead of just being right.

4. Learn and Grow from Feedback
At one point or another, we all receive feedback about ourselves from friends, family or co-workers that isn’t necessarily positive. And yes, it can be hard to hear at times. However, we must remember that while the feedback alone won’t hold us back, an unwillingness to absorb or act on it does. Be open to hearing the viewpoints of others as well as the possibility that you are not perfect. You might just learn and improve upon yourself in the process.

5. Lead by Example
Wondering where to begin or who to work on? Start with yourself! That’s right, you go first. Do your part and do it unconditionally. Often times, that which is missing is what we are not providing. Step up, do the work and the rest will fall into place.

So the next time you find yourself getting defensive or assigning motive to someone’s actions or decisions, know that the ego is once again at play. Move past it by recognizing it early and consciously changing your mindset. Be mindful of its limiting beliefs and false sense of reality and release it so you can move forward and see your circumstances for what they really are. Once you’ve freed your mind and rid yourself of egocentric thoughts, your world will become much clearer and the possibilities will be endless.

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Stage Door: One Hand Clapping, Clinton the Musical

2015-05-16-1431805344-3138059-OneHand.jpgOne Hand Clapping, at 59E59 Theaters, is a thoughtful and engaging dark comedy.

Adapted and seamlessly directed by Lucia Cox from the novel by Anthony Burgess, of A Clockwork Orange fame, it kicks off the Brits Off-Broadway fest. Howard (Oliver Devoti) and Janet (Eve Burley) Shirley live a provincial existence. She works at a local supermarket and waxes rhapsodic over baked beans and toast; Howard, a used car salesman, is as negative as his wife is positive: “What are we, really? We don’t have much to give the world.”

Howard thinks it’s a wicked world, plagued by rampant consumerism and the threat of nuclear war. His one desire — to live like a millionaire for a month, then “to snuff it” — is admittedly novel. So is his tactic to secure a victory over circumstances. He decides to go on a quiz show, armed with a photographic mind and a relentless determination to win.

The fun is taking the journey with these two quirky people, the disciplined, exacting Howard, who, in Oliver Devoti’s hands is beautifully modulated and recognizable as a man painfully aware of his limitations. Similarly, Eve Burley is excellent as Janet, a simple, friendly woman who takes comfort in the ordinary, but yearns, however quietly, for something more. Plus, Meriel Pym’s set and costumes are spot-on.

A searing look at the changing mores of the ’60s, juxtaposed with the peppy black-and-white ads that run during the show. Advertising’s vapidness mirrors a post-war Britain aping American consumption. What happened, Howard muses, to the gravitas of earlier times?

At 80 minutes without an intermission, One Hand Clapping is an intimate, riveting ride. In this tiny theater, big things happen.

Crosstown, a larger off-Broadway venue takes on politics, always fertile ground for satire — and the Clinton years, with sex, scandal and Republican skullduggery, offered it up in buckets. So it’s probably no surprise that Clinton the Musical, now off-Broadway at New World Stages, has landed at the same time Hillary is running for president. 2015-05-16-1431805125-2264057-HuffPoClinton.jpg

It begins in 1993, when President Bill Clinton (Tom Galantich) takes office. He’s young, charismatic and Democratic, to the horror of GOP leaders, the food-obsessed Newt Gingrich (John Treacy Egan) and a gay, leather-loving Kenneth Starr (a joyously over-the-top Kevin Zak). They plot to unseat the new president by whatever means necessary — even if it means digging deeply into his Arkansas past and disrupting much need health-care reform.

What’s good public policy next to the obsession with power?

While the Republicans come in for their just slams, in a script that follows the roller-coaster ride that was Clinton’s impeachment, it also posits two Bills: WJ, the caring, responsible one, and Billy, the wild, womanizing playboy (Duke Lafoon). Only one person, an uber-ambitious Hillary (Kerry Butler) sees them both — at the same time!

And there in lies the conundrum of the Clinton years. Throw in a crazed Linda Tripp (Judy Gold) and a saucy Monica Lewinsky (a terrific Veronica J. Kuehn), and the fast-paced, over-the-top parody is complete. Paul Hodge’s score zings everyone, from the scandal-loving, fact-ignoring press to the right-wing conspiracy determined to take the president down at any cost.

One quibble: It’s too heavy-handed when driving home Hillary’s presidential ambitions. Men strive for the presidency with ferocity — and if you’re last name is Bush, blatant entitlement. Why not women?

Dan Knechtges’s direction is zippy and fun and his cast delivers. For political junkies, Clinton the Musical delivers all the wacky elements of power politics in red, white and blue.

One Hand Clapping photo: Emma Phillipson
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Those who’ve heard T.R. Reid’s weekly commentary on National Public Radio or read his far-flung reporting in National Geographic or The Washington Post know him to be trenchant, funny, and cutting-edge, but also erudite and deeply grounded in whatever subject he’s discussing. In Confucius Lives Next Door he brings all these attributes to the fore as he examines why Japan, China, Taiwan, and other East Asian countries enjoy the low crime rates, stable families, excellent education, and civil harmony that remain so elusive in the West. Reid, who has spent twenty-five years studying Asia and was for five years The Washington Post’s Tokyo bureau chief, uses his family’s experience overseas-including mishaps and misapprehensions-to look at Asia’s “social miracle” and its origin in the ethical values outlined by the Chinese sage Confucius 2,500 years ago. When Reid, his wife, and their three children moved from America to Japan, the family quickly became accustomed to the surface differences between the two countries. In Japan, streets don’t have names, pizza comes with seaweed sprinkled on top, and businesswomen in designer suits and Ferragamo shoes go home to small concrete houses whose washing machines are outdoors because there’s no room inside. But over time Reid came to appreciate the deep cultural differences, helped largely by his courtly white-haired neighbor Mr. Matsuda, who personified ancient Confucian values that are still dominant in Japan. Respect, responsibility, hard work-these and other principles are evident in Reid’s witty, perfectly captured portraits, from that of the school his young daughters attend, in which the students maintain order and scrub the floors, to his depiction of the corporate ceremony that welcomes new employees and reinforces group unity. And Reid also examines the drawbacks of living in such a society, such as the ostracism of those who don’t fit in and the acceptance of routine political bribery. Much Wester

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Stage Door: Not the Messiah (He’s a Very Naughty Boy)

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For Monty Python fans, Eric Idle is a wacky kind of genius.

A co-creator of Monty Python on TV and film, he also wrote the book and lyrics for the Tony-winning Spamalot, which ran nearly five years on Broadway. Inspired by his success, Idle turned to another Python favorite, The Life of Brian. Teamed with composer John Du Prez, the duo transformed it into a comic oratorio, aptly dubbed Not The Messiah (He’s a Very Naughty Boy).

Operating on all cylinders, it recently blew Carnegie Hall audiences away.

It was performed by Idle, alongside several Broadway vets: Tony-winner Victoria Clark, Marc Kudish, Lauren Worsham and artist William Ferguson, who recently joined the Metropolitan Opera. Accompanied by the wonderful Collegiate Chorale, and a team of bagpipers, they made comic magic. The Chorale, which is noted for its eclectic repertoire — traditional to obscure works — is a key addition to any musical work. So is the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, which regularly collaborates with Carnegie Hall.

First performed in 2007 in Caramoor Center for Music and Arts in Westchester, New York, a time Idle refers to as “the halcyon days of the Bush Administration,” Not The Messiah boasts irreverent humor and an amazing score. The musical numbers rely on a range of genres — pop to gospel, country to classical.

The oratorio is based on “The Book of Brian,” the story of a young Judean during Roman rule. He is the wrong man, in the wrong place, at the wrong time. Inexplicably, despite Brian Cohen’s protestations, he is mistaken for the Messiah. As history has made clear, that’s never a happy ending.

When Brian admonishes followers not to look to him, but have faith in themselves, he exclaims: “You’re all individuals!” They chorus: “We’re all individuals!” One of the best examples of mob-think ever. Throw in Python references to the dead parrot sketch, lumberjacks and hysterical songs like “We Love Sheep,” “What Have The Romans Ever Done For Us,” “Mrs. Betty Parkinson” and “The People’s Front of Judea” and the irreverence reaches its zenith.

Idle calls Not the Messiah “baroque-n-roll.” Audiences just call it terrific. If you missed the live show, take heart. It’s available on iTunes, Flixster and Netflix.
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Stage Door: The River, It’s Only A Play

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Hugh Jackman is a big Broadway draw. Even though his current drama The River at Circle in the Square drowns in insignificance. Ticket prices exceed the most expensive musical; it’s a lot to pay to watch Wolverine gut a fish, though no one can dispute the man does it with finesse.

Despite the considerable talents of the song-and-dance performer, what you get is 85 minutes of a rambling, nonlinear story of a fisherman (an understated Jackman) who brings various girlfriends (Cush Jumbo and Laura Donnelly) to his rustic cabin. The women, like his dialogue, are interchangeable. There, he feigns romance — or does he? — while waxing poetic about fly-fishing.

There’s no hint of menace, though the various women suggest the hunky fisherman regularly casts his reel — but can’t haul in an emotional commitment. He’s got a trick to catching fish; and he uses similar wiles to lure lovers.

Given his celebrity status, Jackman can choose from any number of scripts to showcase his considerable range. The mystery is why he tapped this one. Jez Butterworth brought his convoluted, over-the-top rant Jerusalem to Broadway a few years ago. The River, his latest UK import, is less energetic, but equally confusing and unsatisfying.

At one point, Jackman likens the sensation of catching sea trout to “a million sunsets rolled into a ball and shot straight into your veins.” If only The River had that much splash.

Happily, It’s Only A Play does. It is an acerbic love letter to the theater — and no one can outdo Terrence McNally when it comes to delicious digs. In a snappy comedy now at the Gerald Schoenfeld, he sends up Broadway producers, directors and actors, zinging their narcissism and self-obsession with targeted glee.

McNally has updated his 1986 comedy — savaging everything from celebrity-larded shows — “theater is the new Statue of Liberty for movie actors” — to Matilda to New York Times reviews. The vicissitudes of the theater and its habitués are rendered with a series of sassy one-liners, delivered at super-sonic speed. Nothing escapes McNally’s wrath.

The play opens in the elegant Upper East Side bedroom of a silly blonde producer (Megan Mullally) awaiting reviews of her first production, The Golden Egg. Nathan Lane plays a TV actor who turned down the lead; he secretly hopes his playwright/friend’s (Matthew Broderick) work is a flop. A pitch-perfect Stockard Channing is Virginia Noyes, a one-time star hoping Egg secures her much-needed comeback. She drips with venom, sashaying across the set with righteous indignation. Like the irrepressible Lane, she is one of the show’s high points.

Throw in Rupert Grint, of Harry Potter fame, making a solid Broadway debut as a kleptomaniac wunderkind director, F. Murray Abraham as a vitriolic critic and a wonderful Micah Stock as the naive coat-check boy, and It’s Only A Play promises a hugely entertaining romp.

The only crack in this Egg is Broderick, whose monotone whines are grating. Whatever the line, it’s rendered in a wimpy, nasal drone.

Fortunately, the terrifically funny cast, led by the always-cheeky Lane and tightly directed by Jack O’Brien, more than compensates. For anyone who loves theater and all its crazy trappings, this Play is for you.

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The Megalomaniac Next Door: Hour of the Wolf Movie Review of LFO

2014-11-09-LFO3_410.jpgNot all megalomaniacs are preening, medal-bedecked-uniform-wearing, sociopathic assholes. Sometimes they’re mousy, tatty, middle-class husbands with a basement full of electronic equipment and a murderous secret to hide. In LFO, Patrick Karlson plays an amateur scientist who discovers a sonic thrum that renders people susceptible to whatever suggestions cross his warped little mind. Bad news for the couple who have just moved in next door and who become the prime subjects of his experiments, worse news maybe for the world when the guy’s ambitions grow beyond enchanting the beautiful young wife into his bed. Click on the player below to hear my review for Jim Freund’s Hour of the Wolf, or right-click the title to download.

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Stage Door: Wiesenthal

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Known as the “Jewish James Bond,” Simon Wiesenthal is credited with bringing 1,100 Nazis war criminals to justice, including a role in the capture of Adolph Eichmann, the architect of The Final Solution. The survivor of numerous concentration camps was adamant in his commitment to speak for the 6 million dead Jews.

He refused to quit — even when he and his family were threatened.

As portrayed by Tom Dugan, the writer and star of the riveting one-man show Wiesenthal, off-Broadway at the Acorn Theater, Weisenthal did not fight for vengeance but justice. In addition to Jewish Holocaust victims, he also spoke for the murdered Soviets, Poles, Gypsies, homosexuals and Jehovah’s Witnesses.

The former architect was relentless in his refusal to be sidelined by bureaucratic indifference, the Cold War and ongoing anti-Semitism. His life’s work was a promise to the 6 million: “I did not forget you.”

Persistence and passion were his guiding stars. But far from a lecture on the Holocaust, Wiesenthal is a remarkable platform to present a compassionate man who understood that statistics blur horror; individual stories demand our attention.

In the guise of welcoming a group of Americans to his office on his retirement day, the 95-year begins his remembrance. With humor, an occasional joke, a hopeful note and a recount of cruelty “beyond the power of imagination,” we learn about his life, coming to respect and admire the heroic Wiesenthal.

Just after the war, he cofounded The Jewish Historical Documentation Center in Linz, Austria, to gather information and testimony for future war crimes and help refugees locate lost relatives. Per Wiesenthal, Austrians killed half of all Jewish victims, though Austria was loath to prosecute its war criminals or address its national role in the Holocaust.

He moved the center to Vienna in 1961, just down the street from members of Eichmann’s family, waiting for any nugget of information that could deliver Adolph Eichmann to justice.

Rather than track Nazis himself, Wiesenthal meticulously pieced together data and information from a vast network of friends, colleagues and sympathizers, including German war veterans, appalled by what they had witnessed.

Wiesenthal understood that though the Nazis lost the war, their ideology, like their freedom, remained. He was also instrumental in destroying the much-used argument “I was just following orders,” citing two German officers who refused to carry out death sentences. Blind obedience to authority is vicious, he reminds us. We have choices. And he chose to stay and fight.

High on Wiesenthal’s most-wanted list was Franz Stangl, the commandant of the Treblinka and Sobibor concentration camps in Poland. Located in Brazil, Stangl was sent to West Germany for imprisonment in 1967. He also aided in the capture of Franz Murer, “The Butcher of Wilno” and Erich Rajakowitsch, in charge of the death transports in Holland. Another high-priority case was Karl Silberbauer, the Gestapo officer who arrested Anne Frank. Dutch neo-Nazis were discrediting the authenticity of her diary until Wiesenthal located Silberbauer, then a police inspector in Austria, in 1963, who confessed to her capture.

Wiesenthal wrote several books on his exploits, including The Murderers Among Us and Every Day Remembrance Day.

Dugan’s 90-minute play is heartfelt, deeply moving and compelling; he makes history come alive. The 53-year-old actor nails Wiesenthal’s Austrian dialect, elderly mannerisms and mischievous charm. His extraordinary performance pays tribute to one man’s lifelong crusade for justice and tolerance. Wiesenthal should be required viewing for all.

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Stage Door: Uncle Vanya

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Life in Czarist Russia at the turn of the 20th century is bleak. The general malaise infects eco-forward Dr. Astrov, estate manager Vanya and his niece Sonya, while the serfs have little expectation of relief. Russia may be two decades away from the Bolshevik Revolution, but Uncle Vanya, now off-Broadway at the Pearl Theatre, offers a glimpse of a country on the verge of a nervous breakdown.

Like Ibsen, Chekhov is a key figure in the birth of modernism in the theater, albeit with a distinctly Russian sense of foreboding. The doctor, in the guise of the playwright, bemoans: “The climate is changing for the worse, every day the planet gets poorer and uglier.”

Charting the misery of his beloved Russia on the brink is Chekhov’s artistry. He is adept at heartbreak, exposing the raw yearnings of those caught between desire and obligation. Broken people, broken relationships destroyed by inertia and indifference are his specialty.

Uncle Vanya is set on an estate populated by a sterile, controlling academic, his disappointed young wife and overworked relations. While Vanya isn’t as dramatically tense as Chekhov’s Three Sisters or The Seagull, it is prescient in tone. Replete with literary giants — Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy, Pushkin and Gogol — Russia lagged behind burgeoning democratic movements worldwide. The play addresses women’s rights, power imbalances and ecological issues, though Russia has yet to be roused from its tyrannical slumber.

In Uncle Vanya, only two characters, a bloviated, dry academic (Dominic Cuskern) and his wife Yelena (Rachel Botchan), the object of desire for both Vanya and Dr. Astrov (Bradford Cover), have a scintilla of ease. In turn, Astrov has bewitched Sonya (Michelle Beck).

Vanya and Sonya run the family estate, sacrificing their own needs to send earnings to her father, the pompous professor. His arrival signals the realization of profound unhappiness; their routine subverted, their misery increases exponentially. Is it too late to repair?

Paul Schmidt’s translation is unerringly modern, the word “freak” is repeatedly used, as is the directorial style. But the strife and longing of the Russian soul is ever-present. The catch — Vanya is more depression than drama. The painting that hangs on the wall in act two is telling — a ship on rough waters threatens to capsize. Yet the need to sail on, whatever the hardships, remains.

Chekhov’s larger vision is evident in Astrov’s desire to preserve the forests for future generations, one of the more notable aspects of this ensemble production. However, not all the performers are in sync. Cover plays Astrov as a tormented whiner, circa 2014, while Botchan, usually a key part of any Pearl production, is uneven. Beck’s Sonya is respectable, and Mixon’s Vanya is a convincing wreck. The directorial balance is tricky; and the lack of action is a decided handicap. But kudos to set designer Jason Simms and Barbara A. Bell’s costumes for hitting the right note.

Uncle Vanya is a challenge to stage. Still, as a chronicle of fin de siècle family dysfunction, wasted lives and thwarted passions, Chekhov’s analytic eye sees all.

Photo by: Al Foote III
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Stage Door: ‘Drop Dead Perfect’

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With a nod to the films Rebecca and Mildred Pierce, not to mention a sly reference to The Glass Menagerie, entertaining camp has scored again. Drop Dead Perfect by Erasmus Fenn, starring downtown actor Everett Quinton, is a clever send-up of movie queens and 1950s’ melodrama.

Now at the Theater at St. Clement’s, Drop Dead Perfect is fast-paced and funny. Set in 1952, Quinton plays Idris Seabright, an eccentric matron of a Key West estate, whose ward Vivien (a terrific Jason Edward Cook) and Cuban nephew Ricardo (Jason Cruz), double as the Lucy and Ricky of Florida.

Vivien, the victim of an overbearing Idris, has artistic ambitions, while Ricardo, a hot Latin boy with his own agenda, stirs up the household in unforeseen ways.

Idris, a rather demented grand dame, given to quoting her deceased sea captain father’s off-the-wall remarks — “I know how many beans make five!” — is forever changing her sizable will. Obsessed with stillness, she wreaks havoc on loved ones, while hiding various family scandals and secrets.

The tale, narrated by Michael Keyloun, has a wonderfully overheated quality, thanks to a strong ensemble and Joe Brancato’s lively direction. Paying homage to the outrageousness of Charles Ludlam’s Ridiculous Theatrical Company, Drop Dead Perfect parodies pop culture from the ’40s to the ’60s with a keen eye and tongue-in-cheek naughtiness.

First done at the charming Penguin Rep Theatre in Stony Point, NY, the production utilizes Quinton’s gift for oversized performances as he channels Joan Crawford, joined by a sexy Cruz, versatile Cook and even-keeled Keyloun. Sound designer William Neal’s love of Laura-themed music, coupled with a perfect set by James J. Fenton, ensures the comedy clicks.

Drop Dead Perfect is delicious summer fare.

Photo: Ed McCarthy
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Stage Door: Gertrude The Cry

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Shakespeare’s Hamlet has inspired many variations – the latest is Howard Barker’s Gertrude: The Cry, part of the Potomac Theatre Project at the off-Broadway Atlantic Theater Company.

Barker has used the backdrop of Hamlet — the affair between his mother, Queen Gertrude (Pamela J. Gray), and uncle Claudius (Robert Emmet Lunney), to explain the story’s deadly consequences. The overarching thrust is Gertrude’s carnality; the sexual desire between her and Claudius is so intense, it inevitably transforms lust into murder.

Unlike the traditional image of her tormented son Hamlet (David Barlow), this round he’s strangely unemotional about his father’s death. The playwright has turned him into a semi-humorous adolescent moralist, or in his mother’s words, “a prude.” He is repulsed by Gertrude’s cry, the ecstatic pleasure shrieks, servant Cascan (Alex Draper) explains, that will drive her to great dangers – no matter the consequences.

Such interpretations fit into the “theatre of catastrophe” theory Barker uses to describe his work, which he believes should give the audience a sense of dislocation, underscoring his larger point: Art isn’t digestible.

Here, Barker relies heavily on Gertrude’s severe sensuality (which Gray plays expertly) — and her passion consumes all of act one. However, a disjointed second act goes into overdrive — murderous plots, ruminations on sex and death and the sensual appetites of Albert, Duke of Mecklenberg (Bill Army) for the Queen. The problem is that Gertrude, despite respectable performances, is long-winded; the changes to the actual tale are a bit half-baked.

Unlike his excellent Scenes From an Execution, aided by the multitalented Jan Maxwell, Gertrude is confusing. Sex may be a powerful, primal stimulant, but it doesn’t achieve the salvation — in whatever form — that Barker seems to claim for his characters. Nor does the direction, which despite solid cast performances, appears more collegiate than compelling.

Photo: Stan Barouh
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Stage Door: Bullets Over Broadway, Violet, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill

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Is art worth killing for?

Woody Allen’s new Broadway musical Bullets Over Broadway, an entertaining romp, thinks so. Based on his 1994 movie, with zippy direction by Susan Stroman, the musical comedy is fun. It’s not quite the over-the-top craziness, with a dash of smarts, that made the film so memorable, but it’s close.

Now at the St James, Bullets Over Broadway is splashy, rather than electric, thanks to sensational costumes and sets — save the one of Greenwich Village, which is oddly misconceived. But as traditional musicals go, it mostly works — with a proviso. Set in 1929, it’s a musical without an original score. Glen Kelly, who adapted the period music, including great numbers like “Running Wild” and “Tiger Rag,” played perfectly by the Atta-Girls, terrific singers and dancers who capture the Roaring Twenties.

The story is strictly screwball: David (Zach Branff), an earnest playwright, finally gets a shot on Broadway. The hitch is that his debut will be financed by a single backer, gangster Nick Valenti (Vincent Pastore), who brings a caveat of his own. Make his dopey girlfriend Olive (Helene Yorke) a star. That’s a tall order, especially since the show has enlisted legendary diva Helen Sinclair (Marin Mazzie) has ideas of her own.

Throw in the critically artistic eye of Cheech (Nick Cordero), the heavy assigned to keep an eye on Olive, and Bullets Over Broadway shifts into high gear. Everyone in the cast, including Betsy Wolfe as David’s girlfriend and Yorke as the goofy gun moll turned wannabe actress, hit their mark. Mazzie is convincing in her role, while Branff, making his Broadway debut, could use a few more sparks. Still, the crew’s general silliness clicks.

Cordero’s Cheech is a high point; it’s hard not to enjoy the kooky world that Stroman/Allen have created. Woody Allen, who wrote the book, economized on some of the film’s strengths, but the production still boasts good, old-fashioned showmanship.

By contrast, Violet, now at the American Airlines Theater, is a more intimate musical. The soulful country-style band sits backstage; the actors are downstage. Brian Crawley’s book, adapted from Doris Betts’ short story The Ugliest Pilgrim, is a sad tale of an adult’s quest for beauty as redemption.

Tony winner Sutton Foster stars as Violet, a young Southerner disfigured at 13. Early on, she refers to the “axe blade” that “split my face in two.” Desperate to be cured, she embarks on a bus trip from North Carolina to Oklahoma. There, she hopes to be transformed by a popular televangelist (Ben Davis), who makes outrageous healing claims.

The trip, which begins in a Nashville bus station in 1964, is meant as a journey of discovery. Stopping in Memphis, she meets two soldiers, a cocky white man named Monty (Colin Donnell) and a more sensitive black man called Flick (a moving Joshua Henry), who knows what it’s like to be judged by appearance. The trio bond, but the catch, and it’s a big one, is Violet doesn’t get her revelation.

Flick provides the reveal — that love is the only salvation — weakening the dramatic structure. Despite a genuine poignancy — Violet’s back story is told in scenes with her father (Alexander Gemignani) and a younger version of herself (a terrific Emerson Steele) — the play has moments of disconnect. Yet the raw humanity, especially in the segregated South, is touching.

The performances are strong, and Sutton Foster skillfully tackles both musical and dramatic moments. But even with Jeanine Tesori’s tender score, more exposition would add greater coherence.

Happily, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, a memoir turned musical at Circle in the Square, may not be more hopeful, but it strikes the right chord. Set in a Philadelphia club in 1959, a few short months before the great Billie Holiday died, it stars Audra McDonald. She brilliantly channels the legendary jazz singer — her inflections, charisma and misery. McDonald captures Holiday at the end of her life: broken but still capable of moving an audience. 2014-04-20-HuffPoLadyDaycopy.jpg

Lanie Robertson’s play is thin, but she pays respect to both the pathos and the grit of this jazz phenomenon. Stumbling and drinking, Holiday relates the traumatizing moments of her life, including being raped at 10, how her first and “worst love,” Sonny Monroe, got her hooked on heroin, and her relationship with saxophonist Lester Young, who dubbed her Lady Day, and her mother, “The Dutchess.” She recounts teaming with Artie Shaw; among the first black women to work with a white orchestra.

Numbers such as “God Bless the Child,” “What a Little Moonlight Can Do,” “Strange Fruit” and “T’ain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do” showcase Holiday’s essence — a proud artist ill-treated by abusive men and a racist America.

Smoothly directed by Lonny Price, this is a solo show, though McDonald is backed by an excellent jazz trio — Sheldon Becton on piano, George Farmer on bass and Clayton Craddock on drums. Billie Holiday’s life was tragic; yet as McDonald hypnotically illustrates, she has left us her singular artistry.

Bullets Over Broadway photo: Paul Kolnik; Lady Day photo: Evgenia Eliseeva
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The Americans’Behind the Red Door’ Recap: Are You Mad At Me?

Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 2, Episode 5 of FX’s The Americans, titled “Behind the Red Door.”

Wig count: 5. The most interesting being the one that Philip dons as Clark…for Elizabeth. Her girl talk with Martha made her curious to see what the ‘animal’ in bed was like. But they’re in a dirty hotel, and Clark does it like all of the jerks in the world. Just when things were getting good — it feels like he assaults her. They end with her curled in the he ended, sobbing, him in the bathroom, ripping off the wig. It’s a shot in stark contrast to one earlier in the hour, with her lying naked next to him, fully clothed, after a nice evening together.

Best one-liner: ‘Good night, Mr. President.’ Lucia, the rookie spy Elizabeth helped out a few episodes back is called into help Elizabeth get into the office of a congressman in order to expose the situation in Nicaruaga that Larick is a part of. Acting on Elizabeth’s advice, sort of, Lucia lets the congressional aide have her over the desk and under a portrait of Reagan, while Elizabeth sneaks in behind them. But while the girls recap their mission, and talk of fighting for ‘dignity for all,’ Elizabeth gives her an extra lesson. It’s strange to watch her and the young woman, there’s a lot going on with female on female dynamics and girls breaking bad with boys. Elizabeth talks the girl into giving it up — then killing — for the cause, as she grapples with Philip and her family, and bad Clark sex. And also working with Larick and Granny. Then Claudia admits that she was involved with someone who may be Emmet and Leanne’s murderer. Sex might be a good tool in the spy biz, but it certainly wrecks just as much as it helps.

Lessons learned: Everything is getting very complicated. Beeman and Agent Gaade are at odds. Beeman’s making Nina take a polygraph and meeting with Oleg. The FBI is starting to scan documents into the intranet and no one knows that means. Arkady and Oleg are getting along. And the Jennings thought they could talk the center into protecting them, by offering Larick. Instead, they have to expose the mission he’s on. Again and again Moscow makes them work for it. And no matter how adorable the new handler is, ‘dignity for all’ is starting to get very blurry. If it turns out that Granny’s man was the one who’s out to get them — was that goodbye for good?

Also, Paige has a Rick Springfield poster I need, immediately.

What did you think? Talk to me in the comments or tweet me @karenfratti.

“The Americans” airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on FX.
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