Reviews

Tommy Tiernan: Loose
The Irish comedian brings his winning smile and outrageous sensibility to New York with often hilarious results.
Jessica Molaskey: After Midnight
In her fabulous new show at the Algonquin, Jessica Molaskey puts a jazz spin on an eclectic variety of songs, but her acting chops are fully in evidence.
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.
Satellites
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.