Reviews

Room Service
Dan Wackerman's adroit revival of this 1937 farce is a powerful antidote for depression.
The Insomnia Play and The Calamity of Kat Kat and Willie
Though these two new plays are set in apartments, they're anything but standard kitchen-sink dramas.
Zero Hour
Jim Brochu's entertaining solo show is a warts-and-all portrait of the late, great Zero Mostel.
The Cherry Orchard
Laila Robins gives a superlative performance in the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's excellent production of Chekhov's classic drama.
River Deep, A Tribute to Tina Turner
This musical-cum-dance piece doesn't give audiences enough to fully appreciate the pop legend's unusual life.
School of the Americas
José Rivera's new play about Che Guevara is little more than a pedestrian polemic.
The Rink
The Cape Playhouse's production of the 1984 Kander-Ebb-McNally musical is fresh and arresting.
Geppetto & Son
This new musical based on Pinocchio is too often as wooden as its central character.
The Human Comedy
The musical version of William Saroyan's classic novel about life in the 1940s is a tiresome mishmash, despite the game efforts of Debby Boone and company.
Macbeth
In Moisés Kaufman's muddled production, the Bard's cutthroat classic comes off as a boulevard tragedy.