100 Saints You Should Know
Kate Fodor's extremely funny and moving new play about faith gets a brilliantly acted production at Playwrights Horizons.
Kiss of the Spider Woman
Gisela Cardenas' production of Kander and Ebb's musical proves both bracing and provocative, but strips the piece of some of its well-balanced theatrical magic.
Rock Doves
Marie Jones' new play about post-"troubles" Belfast deals with interesting subject matter, but is a fairly humdrum drama.
Jane Martin's drama about the war in Iraq's effect on one American family is undermined by scattershot storytelling.
The Power of Darkness
The Mint presents a riveting revival of 19th-century Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy's controversial play.
Lou Diamond Phillips is a surprisingly weak King Arthur in the new national tour of Lerner and Loewe's murky musical.
Till The Break of Dawn
Danny Hoch's ambitious yet sprawling play addresses the complexities and contradictions of hip-hop culture.
Don Juan Giovanni and Figaro
These operatic pastiches of Mozart's great works turn out to be a 50-50 proposition.
Stoppard Goes Electric
A trio of Tom Stoppard's early television plays proves to be more academic than entertaining.
You May Go Now
This delightful new comedy is a darkly satiric take on marriage and child-rearing.