Reviews

Famous for Fifteen Years
By Philip Hopkins · Apr 2, 2003
(l to r) Tara Kenavan, Karen Sternberg, Postell Pringle,Christine Verleny, and Jane Courtney in Famous for Fifteen Years Centered arou
Life x 3
By David Finkle · Apr 1, 2003
Helen Hunt and John Turturro in Life x 3(Photo: © Joan Marcus) Theater depends on illusion, and Yasmina Reza is one of today's foremost illusionists; that
The Play What I Wrote
By David Finkle · Mar 30, 2003
Sean Foley and Hamish McCollin The Play What I Wrote(Photo: © Joan Marcus) People who regularly look for signs of deterioration in the quality of Broadway
The New Moon
By Marc Miller · Mar 28, 2003
Rodney Gilfry and Christiane Noll in The New Moon(Photo: © Joan Marcus) The New Moon inhabits a parallel universe where no
Urban Cowboy
By David Finkle · Mar 28, 2003
Matt Cavenaugh and Jenn Colella in Urban Cowboy(Photo: © Paul Kolnik) New York City may not have a country music station, but now
Golda's Balcony
By Philip Hopkins · Mar 27, 2003
Tovah Feldshuh in Golda’s Balcony(Photo © Aaron Epstein) Tovah Feldshuh is a miracle worker in William Gibson's newest piece, Golda's Balcony
Elegies: A Song Cycle
By David Finkle · Mar 25, 2003
Michael Rupert and Betty Buckley(Photo: © Joan Marcus) More than anyone currently writing songs for the theater and perhaps more than anyone who's ever written s
Midnight's Children
By David Finkle · Mar 25, 2003
The temptation to adapt outstanding novels for the stage is understandable. Two daunting tasks have already been done for the dramatist: Fully conceived characters ...
redbird
By Philip Hopkins · Mar 24, 2003
The cast of redbird The aging subway cars referred to in the title of Studio-42's new show redbird, after running on several New York City interborough ...
Don Juan
By David Finkle · Mar 24, 2003
Sherri Parker Lee and Byron Jenningsin Don Juan (Photo: Gerry Goodstein) Imagine an overturned Godiva chocolates box with one side cut away, enlarge the image