The Internationalist
Zak Orth heads an intrepid cast in Anne Washburn's frustrating new play about a frustrated American abroad.
Mimi le Duck
The presence of the great Eartha Kitt is the main reason to see this otherwise uninspired musical.
The Bluest Eye
This stage adaptation of Pulitzer Prize-winner Toni Morrison's novel features several strong performances, but it's not as dramatically compelling as it should be.
Sister Act: The Musical
This show based on the hit film is often quite heavenly, but it needs a new leading lady and some script revisions to hit the jackpot.
The Story of My Life
This world premiere musical about an intense childhood friendship lacks conflict and resolution.
All the Way Home
Transport Group's revival of Tad Mosel's Pulitzer Prize-winning play has many moments of profound beauty and understanding.
Altar Boyz
The national tour of the hit musical spoof about a Christian boy band boasts five dynamite performers with lots of sex appeal.
Grey Gardens
Christine Ebersole gives the performance of her life in this musical about the eccentric Beale family.
Post Mortem
A.R. Gurney's satiric, self-referential new play doesn't fullfill its promise.
The Mail Order Bride
Uneven acting and direction mar Charles Mee's terrific new play, inspired by Molière's The Imaginary Invalid.