Reviews

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.
Birth and After Birth
Tina Howe's absurdist take on parenting proves to be both puzzling and tiresome.
Maria Maria
A very talented cast of singers can't save this otherwise undistinguished Korean musical about Mary Magdalene.
My Fair Lady
Signature Theatre's two-piano production of the classic musical reveals certain strengths and beauties that have sometimes been obscured in the past.
Fools and Lovers
This mix-and-match one-act musical uses Shakespeare's words to very little effect.
Doubt
Cherry Jones repeats her mesmerizing, Tony-winning turn in the national tour of John Patrick Shanley's gripping drama.