EM Lewis' world premiere is an extremely effective exploration of what it means to be tortured.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Daniel Sullivan's feisty production of Shakespeare's spellbinding comedy casts its own late summer spell.
You're the One That I Want winners Max Crumm and Laura Osnes make for a cute, but not instantly combustible couple in this mildly nostalgic revival.
Blues in the Night
Carol Woods outshines her formidable co-stars Freda Payne, Paulette Ivory, and Maurice Hines in this concert-like musical filled with great jazz standards.
The Lady in Question
Bay Street serves up a sumptuous and hilarious revival of Charles Busch's 1988 comedy.
FringeNYC 2007 Roundup 2
Reports on Bent to the Flame - A Night with Tennessee Williams, I Dig Doug, Helmet, and An Air Balloon Across Antarctica.
The All-American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing
Will Durst attacks both the political left and right with gusto in this often hilarious if ultimately overlong solo piece.
FringeNYC 2007 Roundup 1
Reports on BASH'd! A Gay Rap Opera, Chaser, Dirt, and A Mikvah.
Reconstructing Mama
This new musical about a dysfunctional family is an odd and unsuccessful combination of the unrealistic and the arch.
Cirque du Soleil's entertaining new show is a return to traditional circus roots.