Reviews

Anne of Green Gables
Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford's adaptation of the 1908 children's classic is extremely tuneful and quite colorful.
Monty Python's Spamalot
The foreshortened Las Vegas version of the Tony Award-winning musical is even better than Broadway!
Matthew Passion
Phil Hall's inept new play with music is filled with bad ideas.
Scituate
Martin Casella's heartfelt and slightly predictable play about a man grieving over his lover's death gains strength from star Chad Hoeppner.
Betty Buckley: Singin' For My Supper
The Tony-winning star's new show at Feinstein's is an elegant mix of show tunes, pop standards, and cutting-edge songs.
Distracted
Rita Wilson stars in Lisa Loomer's insightful dramedy about the dangers of living in the Information Age.
Face the Music
The City Center Encores! revival of Irving Berlin and Moss Hart's 1932 tuner is the best musical in town!
The Year of Magical Thinking
Vanessa Redgrave beautifully delivers Joan Didion's not-to-be-missed elegy on inexplicable, unavoidable loss.
Essential Self-Defense
Adam Rapp's offbeat and disturbing new work, starring Paul Sparks and Heather Goldenhersh, receives a first-class production.
Some Men
Terrence McNally's humorous and thought-provoking new play explores myriad aspects of gay male life.