Reviews

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie & Other Story Books
The majority of these eight mini-musicals based on children's books will delight children and adults alike.
The Capitol Steps: I'm So Indicted
This revue full of topical politicial humor is very funny, even if you don't watch CNN.
Digging in the Dark
This new show by the talented acrobatic troupe Capacitor is too serious for its own good.
Crazy for the Dog
The lack of appealing characters in Christopher Boal's dysfunctional family drama is likely to drive audiences crazy.
Orange Lemon Egg Canary
Rinne Groff's uneven new play contains some nifty tricks but lacks theatrical magic.
Manhattan Madcaps of 1924
Symphony Space's production of this "lost" Rodgers & Hart musical is a sweet summer confection.
Grendel
Eric Owens gives a heroic performance in Julie Taymor's visually stunning but surprisingly unpoetic opera.
DruidSynge
Tony Award winners Garry Hynes and Marie Mullen return to NY for this must-see marathon of the works of playwright John Millington Synge.
Room Service
Dan Wackerman's adroit revival of this 1937 farce is a powerful antidote for depression.
The Insomnia Play and The Calamity of Kat Kat and Willie
Though these two new plays are set in apartments, they're anything but standard kitchen-sink dramas.