Getting Home
Anton Dudley's urban fairy tale has many funny and engaging moments, but tries too hard to be cute.
Rufus Wainwright at Carnegie Hall
The pop singer/songwriter's recreation of Judy Garland's legendary 1961 concert at this hallowed hall is a complete triumph.
The Water's Edge
Theresa Rebeck's modern Greek tragedy suffers from a tragic flaw -- maybe even several of them.
Burleigh Grime$
Desperate Housewives star Mark Moses is properly oily in the title role of Roger Kirby's dispiriting satire of Wall Street.
Without Walls
Laurence Fishburne gives a tragic and touching performance as a gay high school teacher in Alfred Uhry's compelling new drama.
Arabian Night
Roland Schimmelpfennig's play is surreal, insubstantial, and oddly entertaining.
This stage adaptation of Henry Green's novel about upper-class Brits turns out to be quite something.
Hello, Dolly!
Tovah Feldshuh is a tad too conscientious -- and extremely Irish -- in the Paper Mill Playhouse's uneven revival of the classic, crowd-pleasing Jerry Herman musical.
Americana Absurdum
Brian Parks' remarkable testament to human cruelty and corruption gets a first-rate revival at P.S. 122.
Some Girl(s)
Neil LaBute's latest man-versus-women play ends up feeling like a sitcom, despite fine performances from a TV-based cast.