Reviews

The Producers
Despite excellent work by Brad Oscar and Leigh Zimmerman, the much-shortened Las Vegas production of the Broadway hit feels like a sell-out.
Follies
Donna Murphy in Follies (© Joan Marcus) Thirteen years ago, Donna Murphy made theatrical history with her brilliant portrayal of one of the ugliest women
In the Heights
This new musical about a group of New Yorkers is sensational.
The Last Word...
Daniel J. Travanti and Adam Green butt heads in Oren Safdie's play about the artistic generation gap.
The Secret of Mme. Bonnard's Bath
Israel Horowitz's uneven new play wrestles with some intriguing concepts, but only rarely stirs the emotions.
The Frugal Repast
Ron Hirsen's entertaining one-act about the value of art is more of a tantalizing appetizer than a nutritious meal.
An Intimate Evening with Ben Vereen
The Tony-winning star's slightly ramshackle cabaret debut at Feinstein's shows off his powerful voice, extraordinary agility, and genuine connection with an audience.
All That I Will Ever Be
Alan Ball's brilliant, thought-provoking new play looks at the complex ways in which identity and intimacy are intertwined.
The Merchant of Venice / The Jew of Malta
Shakespeare tops Marlowe in TFANA's double-bill of plays about anti-Semitism.
Gone
Director Kenn Watt's staging of Charles L. Mee's new play uses nearly every avant-garde trick in the book, but not to good effect.