By Michael Toscano · May 20, 2002
John Barrowman and company in Company (Photo: Joan Marcus) Washington, D.C. It may be difficult to imagine, but Stephen Sondheim has
Moving at the Speed of Life
By Meredith Lee · May 20, 2002
Kristen Valerio in Moving at the Speed of Life Finally, a play that takes a closer look at Starbucks--or, at least, at the people that spend time eating, dri
Smelling a Rat
By Dan Bacalzo · May 20, 2002
Eddie Kaye Thomas and Michelle Williams in Smelling a Rat (Photo: Carol Rosegg) It's difficult to categorize Mike Leigh's Smelling
Long Island Sound
By Marc Miller · May 16, 2002
Patricia O'Connell and Simon Jones in Long Island Sound (Photo: Joan Marcus) Noël Coward's Long Island Sound opens and clo
The Real Thing
By Ben Winters · May 16, 2002
Neil Stewart, Natalie Brown, Stephen Russell, and Debra Wise in The Real Thing There are moments in Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing
EST Marathon 2002
By David Finkle · May 15, 2002
Toby Poser and Felix Solis in Why I Followed You(Photo: Carol Rosegg) There was a time when you couldn't do much with a one-act but put it on a bill with ...
By Brooke Pierce · May 15, 2002
Clockwise from top left: Nina Fine, Michelle Palmer,Joyce Griffen, and Nicole Cosby in Hospice(Photo: Tom Bloom) For its latest effort, The Aulis Collective
Sweeney Todd
By Michael Toscano · May 13, 2002
Christine Baranski and Brian Stokes Mitchellin Sweeney Todd(Photo: Joan Marcus) Sweeney Todd, the first production of the Kennedy Center's mammoth, ...
A Few Stout Individuals
By David Finkle · May 13, 2002
Polly Holliday and Donald Moffatin A Few Stout Individuals(Photo: Susan Johann) Some years ago, John Guare was named one of New York City's Living Landmarks. ...
By Ben Winters · May 13, 2002
Matthew Maguire and Michael Ryan in Nighttown (Photo: Steve Kahn) With Nighttown, playwright and director Susan Mosakowski takes on a particularly diff