Reviews

Le Dernier Caravansérail (Odyssées)
David Finkle on Ariane Mnouckhine's two-part, six-hour theater piece about the plight of political refugees.
Bent
Martin Sherman's Holocaust drama receives a harrowingly accurate new production.
Busted Jesus Comix
David Johnston's hilarious and disturbing play was inspired by the real-life court case of a comic book artist convicted of obscenity.
The Blonde in the Thunderbird
David Finkle assesses Suzanne Somers' Las Vegas-style confessional show at the Brooks Atkinson.
Pilgrims
Jamie Carmichael's debut play catalogues the bruises that accumulate among four early twenty-somethings who wear their hearts on their Ivy League sleeves.
Wicked
Ana Gasteyer in Wicked (Photo © Joan Marcus) Imagine a nation that uses fear-mongering to cow its people and cynically exploits differences in color and
I La Galigo
Robert Wilson's latest work is a colorful if not very compelling pageant that can test the patience of the audience.
Walk Two Moons
TheatreWorks/NYC presents Julia Jordan's ambitious and often delightful new play for young audiences.
As You Like It
Lynn Collins and Brian Bedford excel in Mark Lamos's diverting production of Shakespeare's classic comedy.
The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow
This high-concept comedy provides lots of laughs but needs an idea to fully flesh out the concept.