Reviews

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
This revival of the 1968 Broadway play about an eccentric Scottish schoolteacher has suprisingly little spark.
Blue Door
Tanya Barfield's smart, funny, and powerful play about the African-American experience gets an added benefit from André Holland's star-making performance.
The Thugs
Adam Bock's play about a group of unhappy office workers desperately needs a second act.
The Hairy Ape
The Irish Rep production of Eugene O'Neill's play about the American class system proves it still has an eye-popping fascination 84 years after its Broadway premiere.
Peer Gynt
A concert version of this acclaimed Norwegian production comes to the Delacorte for three performances only.
A Chorus Line
The landmark musical about the lives of Broadway dancers is still as vibrant as it was more than 30 years ago.
The Tooth of Crime
LaMaMa's revival of its famed 1983 production of Sam Shepard's rock 'n' roll play is surprisingly toothless.
King Lear
The Classical Theatre of Harlem's production of Shakespeare's tragedy is unfortunately played at the top of the cast's lungs.
Nixon's Nixon
Russell Lees' 1995 play about an imaginary conversation between Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger retains its theatrical power.
El Conquistador!
This multi-media take on the Spanish telenovela form is creative, cute, and surprisingly astute.