Reviews

The Dispute
The National Asian American Theatre Company presents a charming revival of French playwright Pierre Marivaux' 18th-century comedy.
Lisa Asher: Stranded in the Moonlight
This MAC Award winner's superb new cabaret show devoted to the work of Michael Peter Smith is the ideal pairing of singer and songwriter.
A Marriage Minuet
David Wiltse's play about suburban adultery is a remarkably trying experience.
The Light in the Piazza
Christine Andreas and company give memorable performances in the national tour of the Tony Award-winning musical.
Anais Nin -- One of Her Lives
This impressionistic and sexually provocative portrait of the late poet is far from subtle.
Everythings Turning Into Beautiful
Daphne Rubin-Vega and Malik Yoba have combustible chemistry in Seth Zvi Rosenfeld's well-crafted play with music.
Barbara's Blue Kitchen
Lori Fischer's winsome and winning new musical combines sensitive writing and tour-de-force acting.
A Stone Carver
Dan Lauria stars as a bombastic Italian father in William Mastrosimone's sitcom-like play.
All This Intimacy
Rajiv Joseph's play about a man who has impregnated three different women in nine days' time is given an over-the-top production.
Once Upon a Time in New Jersey
This 1950s fairytale is a little too bland, but it's well cast and musically engaging.