Reviews

Maria Stuart
By David Finkle · Jun 14, 2002
Lena Endre and Pernilla August in Maria Stuart(Photo: Bengt Wanselius) When Friedrich von Schiller took up the battle royal between Elizabeth I and Mary, ...
Face the Music
By Marc Miller · Jun 14, 2002
He's still got it. Irving Berlin, composer of Face the Music Mel Miller, who produces the series of musicals-in-concert at the East 14th Street Y called ...
Free to Be...You and Me
By David Finkle · Jun 14, 2002
Debbie Gravitte, Daphne Rubin-Vega,Keith Nobbs, and (rear) Robert Ariin Free to Be...You and Me (Photo: Joan Marcus) The ellipsis that Marlo Thomas and those
The Little Foxes
By David Hurst · Jun 13, 2002
Smile when you say that:Nancy Robinette and Elizabeth Ashley in The Little Foxes(Photo: Carol Rosegg) Counting Tallulah Bankhead, Anne ...
When We Dead Awaken
By Dan Bacalzo · Jun 12, 2002
Dennis Parlato and Elisabeth S. Rodgersin When We Dead Awaken (Photo: Ron Williams) Lights flicker, illuminating a pale figure dressed in white followed by
Death in Venice
By David Finkle · Jun 10, 2002
Giles Havergal in Death in Venice (Photo: Aaron Epstein) At the start of Robert David MacDonald's Death in Venice adaptation,
The Pumpkin Pie Show in Big Top
By Dan Bacalzo · Jun 10, 2002
Hanna Cheek in "Overbite" Sharp knives hurtle towards a woman pressed against a wooden target board, and the blades sink into the wood just inches away from
Carousel
By Michael Portantiere · Jun 7, 2002
Hugh Jackman Sold out to the rafters quicker than you can say "clambake," the star-studded Carnegie Hall concert version of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel
Flights of Angels
By David Finkle · Jun 7, 2002
Gregory Sims, Anthony Del Corvo, Raphael Terrizzi (standing),and Jack Reiling in Flights of Angels During World War II, the plays and ...
SELF DEFENSE, or death of some salesmen
By Brooke Pierce · Jun 6, 2002
Lynne McCollough as Jolene Palmer in SELF DEFENSE Carson Kreitzer's new play SELF DEFENSE, or death of some salesmen is the thi