Reviews

Nine
By Marc Miller · Apr 10, 2003
Antonio Banderas and company in Nine (Photo: © Joan Marcus) Nine will never be a 10. Such razzle-dazzle, so much bracing
Tiny Ninja Theater
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 9, 2003
Chris Head stars as Romeoin Romeo & Juliet (Photo: Xina Nicosia) There's something irresistibly charming about seeing Shakespeare's works performed by miniatu
Scab
By Cooper Robb · Apr 9, 2003
Jessica Graham and Amanda Schoonoverin Scab Throughout the 20th century, the response of male critics to the work of female playwrights has ranged from the ...
Follies
By Michael Toscano · Apr 8, 2003
Joseph Dellger and Florence Lacey in Follies(Photo: © Carol Pratt) It seems only natural to view the Signature Theatre's Follie...
As Long As We Both Shall Laugh
By Matthew Murray · Apr 8, 2003
As Long As We Both Shall Laugh(Photo © Jean-Marie Guyaux) Although he first came to popularity in America in the waning years of the Cold War, Yakov Smirn
The Women of Lockerbie
By Brooke Pierce · Apr 7, 2003
Larry Pine and Judith Ivey in The Women of Lockerbie(Photo: Carol Rosegg) The Women of Lockerbie, Deborah Brevoort's new play ...
Camelot
By Matthew Murray · Apr 7, 2003
How to handle a woman:Brent Barrett and Glory Crampton in Camelot(Photo: © Jerry Dalia) Any new production of the 1960 Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe
Talking Heads
By David Finkle · Apr 6, 2003
Lynn Redgrave in "Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet"(Photo: © Carol Rosegg) All the lonely people, where do they all come from? When the Beatles were singing
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg
By David Finkle · Apr 4, 2003
Eddie Izzard as Bri in A Day in the Death of Joe Egg(Photo: © Joan Marcus) The cross-dressing stand-up comic Eddie Izzard tells anyone who asks that he's
Saturn's Wake
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 3, 2003
Deke Weaver and Michael Farkasin a publicity photo for Saturn’s Wake A young boy hatches from a sky blue egg. A magical fish grants three wishes. A red-f