Reviews

A Soldier's Play
Second Stage Theatre's riveting revival of Charles Fuller's Pulitzer Prize- winner features a terrific ensemble cast.
Crucifixion
Colin Stuart and Scott Cox in Crucifixion (Photo © Stephanie Temple) "Life is all about connections. You don't have to understand
Five Course Love
This five-part musical is often delicious fun, and it boasts a star-making turn by John Bolton.
Fiddler on the Roof
Harvey Fierstein and Rosie O'Donnell in Fiddler on the Roof (Photo © Carol Rosegg) Rosie O'Donnell, who looks like the daughter Stan Laurel and Oliver Ha
Latinologues
Humor based on stereotypes keeps this comedy lively, but theatergoers who are looking for something more will leave unfulfilled.
The Asphalt Kiss
Brazilian playwright Nelson Rodrigues' 1960 play is intriguing but its New York premiere production is seriously flawed.
Einstein's Gift
Shawn Elliott (top), Aasif Mandvi,and Melissa Friedman in Einstein's Gift (Photo © Dixie Sheridan) Given that tickets to the Matthew Broderick-Nathan Lan
A Naked Girl on the Appian Way
Richard Greenberg's comedy about an oddly functional famly is a mind-boggling blunder.
Theater District
Richard Kramer's play about a gay couple is tightly constructed, well conceived, and just a little too short.
In the Continuum
This entertaining and ultimately disturbing play concerns the impact of AIDS upon African and African-American women.