Reviews

Miss Witherspoon
Kristine Nielsen is dead-on hilarious in Christopher Durang's comedy about reincarnation.
The Gentleman Dancing-Master
Bradford Cover and Marsha Stephanie Blake in The Gentleman Dancing-Master (Photo © Matthew Shane Coleman) Restoration playwright
September Shoes
The Denver Center Theatre Company presents the world premiere production of this play by José Cruz Gonzalez.
The Drowsy Chaperone
Sutton Foster stars in this simply delightful, light-as-air new musical at the Ahmanson.
Seascape
Edward Albee's 1975 play covers familiar ground -- not counting the lizards -- but the actors in the new Broadway production are delightful.
Mr. Marmalade
Noah Haidle's dark comedy has a terrific premise and some hilarious moments but doesn't quite fulfill its potential.
Safe in Hell
Erik Lochtefeld and Adam Dannheiser in Safe in Hell (Photo © Joan Marcus) Amy Freed gets a kick from scrutinizing the historic past. In the critically
The Woman in White
Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical is, to borrow an old pun, "a world of woozy song."
Waiting for Godot
Sam Coppola and Joseph Ragno in Waiting for Godot (Photo © Joan Marcus) Some years ago, I was walking on East 57th Street when I
The Ruby Sunrise
The Public Theater's production of Rinne Groff's play about the birth of television is challenging but rewarding.