Reviews

Dark Matters
Roberto Aguirrre-Sacasa's absorbing play resembles a good Twilight Zone episode.
Regrets Only
George Grizzard and Christine Baranski shine in Paul Rudnick's hilarious and accomplished play about gay marriage.
Wishful Drinking
Carrie Fisher's autobiographical solo show is highly entertaining, but needs more spine.
Mary Poppins
Despite its often mechanical qualities, this lavish musical will snatch the hearts and minds of children of all ages.
Great Expectations
Kathleen Chalfant and Christian Campbell star in this compact, completely enjoyable adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic novel.
Edward Scissorhands
Matthew Bourne's stage adaptation of Tim Burton's gothic fairytale fails to capture the film's charm and magic.
Suddenly Last Summer
Blythe Danner and Carla Gugino steam up the stage in the Roundabout's revival of Tennessee Williams' feverish one-act play.
Dai (enough)
In her arresting solo show, Iris Bahr profiles 10 people minutes before a suicide attack on a Tel Aviv café.
The Beaux' Stratagem
Ken Ludwig's updated version of George Farquhar's 1707 farce is a delightful romp.
The Little Dog Laughed
Julie White gives a commanding performance in Douglas Carter Beane's pseudo-sophisticated comedy about Hollywood.