Crossing Brooklyn
Laura Harrington and Jenny Giering's heartbreaking and deeply felt new musical centers on a couple coping with the aftermath of 9/11.
The Chaos Theories
Alexander Dinelaris' play, set in and around a posh New York City restaurant, is both hilarious and disturbing.
A Bronx Tale
Chazz Palminteri's solo show about his childhood is a tour-de-force.
Adrian Noble's production of Verdi's opera is better sung than acted.
This often-astounding new show from the creators of De La Guarda lives up to its name: Brute Force.
The Overwhelming
J.T. Rogers' somber drama about Americans in Rwanda turns out to be predictable and clunky.
Wake Up!
Controversial performance artist Karen Finley's latest show is occasionally provocative, but mostly just tedious.
The Joke
This two-hander about a pair of struggling Catskills comedians is unsettling, but not particularly funny.
This engaging tuner about two soldiers in love during World War II boasts a contemporary, socially conscious sensibility.
Speech & Debate
Stephen Karam's play about a trio of high school misfits manages to capture the awkwardness associated with a budding maturity.