Reviews

One-Man Star Wars Trilogy
Charles Ross in One-Man Star Wars Trilogy Photo © Jason Woodruff The sheer number of movie spoofs playing in New York this season is probably a sign of h
The Dear Boy
Dan O'Brien's uninvolving drama about an unhappy English teacher shows the playwright still has a lot to learn.
Ivanov
NAATCO's revival of Chekhov's difficult drama is worthwhile viewing despite its less-than-ideal leading man.
Oedipus at Palm Springs
The Five Lesbian Brothers' re-working of the Oedipus myth is both funny and tragic, inspiring pity, fear -- and a lot of laughter.
Lessons
Wendy Graf's beautiful, unconventional love story finds Hal Linden and Mare Winningham in top form.
American Buffalo
Chris Noth is the big reason to see BTF's revival of David Mamet's play about petty criminals.
The Member of the Wedding
David Finkle on Joanne Woodward's staging of Carson McCullers' classic at the Westport Country Playhouse.
Ain't We Got Fun!
This imperfect but charming musical tells a gay love story set in the late 1920s and features a treasure trove of songs from that era.
MITF Roundup #3
Reports on Cervix With a Smile, Grieving for Genevieve, How to Ride Roller Coasters, and The Girls Who Wore Black
MITF Roundup #2
Reports on Savior, Good Opinions, Spit It Out!, and Feasting on Cardigans