Reviews

Clurman
By Philip Hopkins · Apr 16, 2003
Clurman The principles that Harold Clurman ardently espoused have not been fully absorbed by the American theater over the past 60 years. Three of the most ...
Boston Theater Marathon
By Caroline Burlingham Ellis · Apr 16, 2003
Jeffrey Barrett in Vladimir Zelevinsky’s "And Then"(Photo: Heather Joy Anderson) Some advice for those attending a theater marathon: Bring a sandwich
As You Like It
By Brooke Pierce · Apr 14, 2003
Bryce Dallas Howard and Lorenzo Pisoni in As You Like It(Photo: © Michal Daniel) A production of As You Like It has blown into The Public Theater a
Rhapsody in Seth
By Matthew Murray · Apr 14, 2003
Seth Rudetsky(Photo: © David Coolidge) Though he's now well known for playing and conducting in the orchestra pits of Broadway musicals, as a writer for The R...
She Stoops to Comedy
By Philip Hopkins · Apr 13, 2003
David Greenspan in She Stoops to Comedy(Photo: © Joan Marcus) She Stoops to Comedy is a delightful new farce written and directed by David Greenspa
A Year With Frog and Toad
By Meredith Lee · Apr 13, 2003
Mark Linn-Baker and Jay Goede in A Year With Frog and Toad (Photo: Rob Levine) The creators of A Year With Frog and Toad have f
Sealed For Freshness
By Philip Hopkins · Apr 11, 2003
The cast of Sealed For Freshness:(back row) Kate Van Devender, Shawn Curran, Jill Van Note; (front row) Nancy Hornback, J.J. Van Name, and Jeanne H
Nine
By Marc Miller · Apr 10, 2003
Antonio Banderas and company in Nine (Photo: © Joan Marcus) Nine will never be a 10. Such razzle-dazzle, so much bracing
Tiny Ninja Theater
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 9, 2003
Chris Head stars as Romeoin Romeo & Juliet (Photo: Xina Nicosia) There's something irresistibly charming about seeing Shakespeare's works performed by miniatu
Scab
By Cooper Robb · Apr 9, 2003
Jessica Graham and Amanda Schoonoverin Scab Throughout the 20th century, the response of male critics to the work of female playwrights has ranged from the ...