Reviews

The Ruby Sunrise
The Public Theater's production of Rinne Groff's play about the birth of television is challenging but rewarding.
Hilda
Brandy Burre, Ellen Karas, and Michael Earle in Hilda In Hilda, which is being presented as part of the Act French ...
Sister and Miss Lexie
Brenda Currin stars in this theatrical adaptation of Eudora Welty's indelible writings.
Bach at Leipzig
Michael Emerson, Reg Rogers, and Richard Easton are brilliant in Itamar Moses' sometimes dazzling if overly intellectual comedy.
A.W.O.L.
Steven Rattazzi (center) in A.W.O.L. Photo © Samuel Doroff For theater to stay vibrant, it often has to risk alienating complacen
Hamlet
Michael Cumpsty gives a beautifully spoken if occasionally overacted performance as Shakespeare's unhappy prince.
Souvenir
Judy Kaye does an astonishing vocal impersonation of the famously tone-deaf Florence Foster Jenkins in this play by Stephen Temperley.
Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver
Jim Newman in Almost Heaven(Photo © Joan Marcus) Early on in Almost Heaven: The Songs of John Denver, a fan struggles with the right word to descri
Cowboy v. Samurai
In this witty, satiric comedy, Michael Golamco updates and adapts Edmond Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac.
Purgatorio
Ariel Dorfman's new play at Seattle Rep is a charged, poetic inquiry into human relationships.