Reviews

The World Over
By Dan Bacalzo · Oct 4, 2002
Kevin Isola is Gryphon in The World Over(Photo: Joan Marcus) Perched on a catwalk, muscles bulging, the Gryphon of Dvolnek spreads its ...
The Butter and Egg Man
By David Finkle · Oct 3, 2002
Egg men David Turner and Tom Mardirosian(Photo: Carol Rosegg) For playwrights like Harold Pinter, on-stage pauses are vital; for ...
It's Better With a Band
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 2, 2002
Marva Hicks, Sally Mayes, Judy Blazerand John Barrowman in It's Better With a Band (Photo: Mark Garvin) It's almost enough to make you want to move to Philad
Our Lady of 121st Street
By Dan Bacalzo · Oct 2, 2002
Panic attack:David Zayas helps Elizabeth Canavan withher inhaler in Our Lady of 121st Street(Photo: Webb Wilcoxen) "What kind of fuckin' world is this?!" ask
Jolson & Company
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Oct 1, 2002
Stephen Mo Hanan is Al Jolson(Photo: Carol Rosegg) Al Jolson was called "The World's Greatest Entertainer." He was not the world's greatest singer, actor, dancer, ...
Happy Days
By David Finkle · Sep 30, 2002
Happy Days Joyce Aaron, who has devoted her acting and teaching career to avant-garde theater, is currently adding her name to another distinguished list: ...
Beween Iraq and a Hard Place
By Philip Hopkins · Sep 30, 2002
Jill Turnbow: Iraq on! Timely isn't the word for comedian Jill Turnbow's one-woman show at The Producers Club. Detailing her experiences entertaining troops on the ...
The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?
By David Finkle · Sep 30, 2002
"Bad husband! Baaaaaaaad!" Sally Field and Bill Irwin in The Goat (Photo: Carol Rosegg) Proving that not only one set of ac
Little Ham
By David Finkle · Sep 26, 2002
The cast of Little Ham (Photo: Carol Rosegg) What saves Langston Hughes's Little Ham, as the Playbill cover identifies it, from being the virtual defi
Funny Girl
By Michael Portantiere · Sep 24, 2002
Fanny Brice returned in triumph to the New Amsterdam Theatre last night, courtesy of a gala benefit concert version of Funny Girl that was (predictably) ...