Reviews

The Lady From Dubuque
Seatte Rep offers an unsatisfying production of Edward Albee's unpleasant drama.
The Monument
Colleen Wagner's two-hander about a war criminal's unusual fate is well-meaning and well-produced, but too heavy-handed for its own good.
The Dirty Talk
Kevin Cristaldi and Sidney Williams' excellent performances help Michael Puzzo's funny if somewhat strained two-hander overcome its improbabilities.
The Three Musketeers
This much-revised musical adaptation of the classic Dumas novel is a very good show, but not yet a wonderful one.
Toys in the Attic
The Pearl puts on a remarkably assured production of Lillian Hellman's rarely revived play about a dysfunctional Southern family.
As Yet Thou Art Young and Rash
Target Margin's adaptation of Euripides' anti-war play The Suppliants is full of grace and intelligence.
Get Your War On
The Rude Mechs' adaptation of David Rees' popular internet cartoon is sharp, ironic, and often hilarious.
The Circle
Mark Lamos directs an impeccable production of
W. Somerset Maugham's play about the clash between passion and practicality.
The Scene
Tony Shalhoub is mesmerizing in Theresa Rebeck's often funny but ultimately shallow play about discontented New Yorkers.
Blackout
A very fine cast brings depth to Michael Walker's overwritten and underdeveloped play about six New Yorkers in crisis.