Reviews

An Almost Holy Picture
By Brooke Pierce · Feb 11, 2002
Kevin Bacon in An Almost Holy Picture(Photo: Joan Marcus) The greatest asset of An Almost Holy Picture is its one and only cast member. Heather ...
Carnival
By David Finkle · Feb 8, 2002
Anne Hathaway and friends in Carnival(Photo: Gerry Goodstein) According to the people who codify these things--or, at least, the ...
Dead Tech
By Dan Bacalzo · Feb 6, 2002
Daphne Gaines and Richard Toth in Dead Tech (Photo: Richard Termine) Set in the dilapidated architecture of a former iron smelting factory, complete with sca
Further Than the Furthest Thing
By David Finkle · Feb 6, 2002
Jennifer Dundas and Jenny Sterlinin Further Than the Furthest Thing(Photo: Joan Marcus) Perhaps it's something in the winter wind, but ...
The Cure at Troy
By Ben Winters · Feb 6, 2002
Jolie Garrett in The Cure at Troy (Photo: Richard Termine) Philoctetes got one of the worst deals in all of Greek drama, right up there with the guy who was
Sorrows and Rejoicings
By David Finkle · Feb 5, 2002
Charlayne Woodard and John Gloverin Sorrows and Rejoicings(Photo: Bruce Davidson) "I've had an appointment with the theme of exile for over 30 years," Athol ...
Peter and Wendy
By Brooke Pierce · Feb 5, 2002
Karen Kendal shares the stage with Captain Hook and Peter Pan in Peter and Wendy (Photo: Richard Termine) Mabou Mines, one of the na
One Man
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Feb 1, 2002
Steven Berkoff(Photo: Snowdon) When actor/writer/director Steven Berkoff steps on to a bare stage to begin his One Man show, it's a good bet that the reason ...
Monster
By David Finkle · Jan 28, 2002
Christopher Donahue and Jake Weber in Monster (Photo: Dixie Sheridan) Readers first encountering Mary Shelley's Frankenstein are often astonished to
The Guys
By David Finkle · Jan 25, 2002
Sigourney Weaver and Bill Murray in The Guys(Photo: CG Rubio, Egg the Arts Show, Thirteen/WNET) It's often said that holocausts are di