Reviews

The Times They Are A-Changin'
Twyla Tharp does a disservice to Bob Dylan in this problematic dance piece-cum-musical.
Paula West at the Oak Room
This jazz singer's eclectic new show -- ranging from Gershwin to Dylan -- is her best New York set yet!
Butley
Nathan Lane falls short as the protagonist of Simon Gray's shocking character study.
Company
Hugh Panaro is completely engaging in Fifth Avenue Theatre's complex and confident revival of Stephen Sondheim's landmark musical.
My Deah
Nancy Opel is hilarious in John Epperson's adaptation of Euripides' Medea, set in the American South.
A Small, Melodramatic Story
The LAByrinth Theatre Company production of Stephen Belber's terrific new play is notable for Lucie Tiberghien's taut direction and a fine ensemble cast.
The Flood
Peter Mills and Cara Reichel's remarkable score for this musical about the victims of a Midwestern flood is far more effective than its book.
Abandon
Matthew Maguire's dance-theater piece about the battle of the sexes fails to shock or seduce.
Emergence-See!
Daniel Beaty's stirring, multi-character solo show paints a vivid portrait of the African-American experience in present-day New York.
The Given
Francine Volpe's boldly written and boldly acted play tackles adultery, homosexuality, and AIDS.