The Who's Tommy
Euan Morton is a sensation in the Bay Street Theatre's uneven new production of this seminal rock opera.
The House in Town
Jessica Hecht gives a bravura performance in Richard Greenberg's semi-satisfying new play about the upper class.
King Lear
Alvin Epstein is heartbreaking in the title role of this must-see production of Shakespeare's tragedy.
Happy End
A.C.T's production of the Brecht-Weill musical is undeniably ambitious, but not entirely successful.
Despite the best efforts of Sandra Oh and a compulsively watchable cast, Diana Son's disappointing drama feels like a failed TV pilot.
Susan and God
The Mint's style-free production of Rachel Crothers' 1937 comedy is no way to treat a lady.
EST Marathon 2006: Series C
Stephen Adly Guirgis' Dominica: The Fat, Ugly 'Ho proves to be the best entry in this year's Marathon.
Spring Awakening
Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater's musical version of Frank Wedekind's classic coming-of-age play has moments of true brilliance.
Philip Pleasants' energetic performance is the best reason to see Sallie Bingham's overly comprehensive drama about poet Ezra Pound.
Getting Home
Anton Dudley's urban fairy tale has many funny and engaging moments, but tries too hard to be cute.