Reviews

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
Waiting for the Moon
Lauren Kennedy and Jarrod Emick in Waiting for the Moon In 1999, Frank Wildhorn became the first composer in 22 years to have three ...
Philadelphia, Here I Come!
Under Ciarán O'Reilly's lively and sensitive direction, this Brian Friel play is receiving a well-nigh perfect Irish Rep production
Brother
Haskell King and Stephanie Sanditz in Brother Photo © Melissa Stewart The set of Lisa Ebersole's Brother, like those of several other plays in New
MITF Roundup #1
The cast of It's Only a Play (Photo © Jack Aaronson) [Ed. Note: This is the first in a series of TM review roundups of shows in the sixth annual Midto
Arlecchino, Servant of Two Masters
Ferruccio Soleri (center) and the cast of Arlecchino (Photo © Luigi Cimanghi) Giorgio Strehler died in 1997, 50 years after found
Le Dernier Caravansérail (Odyssées)
David Finkle on Ariane Mnouckhine's two-part, six-hour theater piece about the plight of political refugees.