Reviews

King John
By Ben Winters · May 8, 2002
Sage Logan, Anna Zastrow, and David Dartleyclown around in King John Dopplegäng Productions' take on Shakespeare's take on King J
Finally
By Brooke Pierce · May 6, 2002
Katie Firth in Finally It earned him an award for Excellence in Playwriting at the 2000 New York Fringe Festival, and now Stephen Belber's Finally ...
Homebody/Kabul
By Lex Lonehood · May 3, 2002
Michelle Morain in Homebody/Kabul Now receiving its West Coast debut at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Tony Kushner's new play Homebody/Kabul has ...
The Pajama Game
By David Finkle · May 3, 2002
Not at all in love? Karen Ziemba and co-workers in The Pajama Game(Photo: Gerry Goodstein) If The Pajama Game were being ...
That Championship Season
By Brooke Pierce · May 2, 2002
(l to r): Andrei Mignea, Michael Floyd, Scott Twilligear,Jim Williams, and Tristan Coal in That Championship Season In a city known ...
The Man Who Had All the Luck
By David Finkle · May 2, 2002
The Man Who Had All the Looks: Chris O'Donnell tackles Arthur Miller (Photo: Joan Marcus) Although you frequently hear that certain plays fare poorly with critics a
Into the Woods
By David Finkle · Apr 30, 2002
Witchy, witchy woman: Vanessa Williams in Into the Woods (Photo: Joan Marcus) "The light is getting dimmer / I think I see a glimmer," observes Stephen Sondh
Private Lives
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 29, 2002
Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncanin Private Lives(Photo: Alastair Muir) Just as clothes can make the man, so, too, can actors make the play. Noël Coward's
Family Stories: A Slapstick Tragedy
By Caroline Burlingham Ellis · Apr 26, 2002
Danielle Skraastad and Emma Bowersin Family Stories: A Slapstick Tragedy The North American premiere of Family Stories: A Slapstick
The Mystery of Charles Dickens
By David Finkle · Apr 26, 2002
Simon Callow explores The Mystery of Charles Dickens (Photo: Joan Marcus) Americans spending Christmas in England are often surprised that the seasonal celebr