Madama Butterfly
Anthony Minghella's stunning production of Puccini's masterwork for the Metropolitan Opera is unmissable.
John Ferguson
Strong supporting performances help lift the Mint Theater's revival of St. John Ervine's 1915 intriguing but sometimes tedious play.
Songs of the Dragons Flying to Heaven
Writer and director Young Jean Lee's play is entertaining, funny, insightful -- and difficult to categorize.
The Paper Mill Playhouse offers a wonderfully theatrical production of the oft-revived musical by Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak.
Richard Vetere's compelling new play seeks to partially rehabilitate the reputation of the man who authored the seminal political text The Prince.
Twelve Angry Men
The Roundabout Theatre Company's touring production of Reginald Rose's courtroom drama will have you perched on the edge of your seat.
The Pain and the Itch
Bruce Norris' hilarious satire of urban liberalism receives a sharply directed and brilliantly acted production at Playwrights Horizons.
NYMF 2006 Roundup #2
The ambitious Behind the Limelight sinks under its own weight, and White Noise shocks the audience.
King Lear
Robert Falls' contemporary take on Shakespeare's classic is perverse, violent, and richly realized.
NYMF 2006 Roundup #1
Desperate Measures delights, Warrior ultimately loses the battle, and Oedipus for Kids can't overcome its tragic flaws.