Reviews

My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish & I'm in Therapy!
Steve Solomon's solo comedy show has its share of laughs, but doesn't belong in an Off-Broadway theater.
High Fidelity
This affable musical based on Nick Hornby's novel is sure to entertain some fun seekers and especially young men.
Home
TACT's revival of David Storey's 1970 play is thoroughly enchanting and superbly acted.
That Time of the Year
The York Theatre's new holiday revue is full of original songs that cover the familiar touchstones of the season with wit and style.
Dublin Carol
CSI star William Petersen is enthralling in Trinity Rep's fine production of Conor McPherson's play.
The Voysey Inheritance
The Atlantic Theater's 24-carat-revival of Harley Granville Barker's family drama features a stunning lead performance by Michael Stuhlbarg.
Michael Feinstein: Home for the Holidays
The cabaret legend brings a great depth of feeling to his new holiday show.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
This new musical take on the classic fable provides a lot of visual delights for children and adults alike.
Floyd and Clea Under the Western Sky
This disappointing musical two-hander by Obie-winner David Cale could do with more quirkiness and less sentimentality.
Two September
Mac Wellman's new play contains some interesting ideas and one mesmerizing performance, but it only rarely flares into vibrant theatrical life.