Reviews

Betrothed
Rachel Dickstein's trio of short plays about love is exciting, visually stimulating theater.
Jerry Springer -- The Opera
Bailiwick Repertory's production of this vulgar and shockingly funny show is an astounding achievement.
Dixie's Tupperware Party
This hilarious interactive comedy, hosted by super-seller Dixie Longate, is a night to remember.
Memory
Jonathan Lichtenstein's aching and complex rumination is well worth seeing.
110 in the Shade
Audra McDonald is blindingly incandescent in Lonny Price's pleasing revival of the 1963 musical.
Radio Golf
August Wilson's 10-play cycle goes out with a bang, thanks in part to star Harry Lennix.
The Receipt
This bizarre and comic tale creates an off-kilter world that's similar to our own, but perhaps a bit more Kafkaesque.
Mother Load
Amy Wilson's solo show about the struggle to be a good parent will satisfy its target audience, as well as other theatergoers.
Deuce
Angela Lansbury and Marian Seldes glide through Terrence McNally's disappointing comedy about a pair of retired tennis pros.
An Octopus Love Story
This alternately hilarious and bittersweet comedy focuses on a gay man and a lesbian who marry in order to make a political point.