Reviews

The Lieutenant of Inishmore
Martin McDonagh's bloody black comedy about the Irish troubles is uproariously funny.
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This clever musical about writing a musical will delight show queens and will touch anyone who's ever worked hard to make a dream come true.
Soldier's Wife
Angela Pierce and Michael Polak in Soldier's Wife (Photo © Richard Termine) How does one define "worthy"? A theatergoer might put
The Pajama Game
What's the bottom line on Kathleen Marshall's revival of this 1954 musical comedy? It's tops!
Indoor/Outdoor
In this delightfully offbeat romantic comedy about a cat named Samantha, Kenny Finkle takes a look at love, relationships, and the families we choose.
The Wooden Breeks
Glen Berger's darkly enchanting new play is heavy on exposition but ultimately rewards the viewer with a tale both hilarious and disturbing.
Barnum
The NoHo Arts Center offers an excellent, small-scale production of this musical by Cy Coleman, Michael Stewart, and Mark Bramble.
Hairspray
Harvey Fierstein and Dick Latessa in Hairspray(Photo © Paul Kolnik) As soon as it was announced that the full-length, two-act musi
Acts of Mercy: passion-play
José Febus and Andrés Munar inActs of Mercy: passion-play (Photo © Sandra Coudert) Thanks to Mel Gibson's bloody fi
Barefoot in the Park
David Finkle discovers that Neil Simon's 1963 comedy hasn't worn well over the years.