Reviews

At Least It's Pink
Bridget Everett's "trashy" musical mea culpa is often uproarious.
Wake Up Mr. Sleepy!
Richard Foreman's latest play is completely engaging and vaguely inscrutable.
Estimated Time of Arrival
This collection of short plays by Amy Fox, Lisa Ebersole, Anthony Minghella, and Michael Weller is deftly directed and nicely acted.
Dutchman
This seminal 1964 play by Amiri Baraka receives an electrifying revival, directed by Bill Duke and starring Dulé Hill and Jennifer Mudge.
Maude Maggart: Good Girl/Bad Girl
The young cabaret star's expertly crafted new act is her best to date.
Under the Radar Festival
Reports on Invincible Summer, A Beautiful View, Dead Set #3, Another You, and Famous Puppet Death Scenes.
Into the Woods
Signature's first production in its beautiful new home is a thrilling version of the popular Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical.
Kristin Chenoweth: Live at the Met
A beloved Broadway baby glitters in her solo concert debut at the Metropolitan Opera House.
The Lady From Dubuque
Seatte Rep offers an unsatisfying production of Edward Albee's unpleasant drama.
The Monument
Colleen Wagner's two-hander about a war criminal's unusual fate is well-meaning and well-produced, but too heavy-handed for its own good.