Philip Pleasants' energetic performance is the best reason to see Sallie Bingham's overly comprehensive drama about poet Ezra Pound.
Getting Home
Anton Dudley's urban fairy tale has many funny and engaging moments, but tries too hard to be cute.
Rufus Wainwright at Carnegie Hall
The pop singer/songwriter's recreation of Judy Garland's legendary 1961 concert at this hallowed hall is a complete triumph.
The Water's Edge
Theresa Rebeck's modern Greek tragedy suffers from a tragic flaw -- maybe even several of them.
Burleigh Grime$
Desperate Housewives star Mark Moses is properly oily in the title role of Roger Kirby's dispiriting satire of Wall Street.
Without Walls
Laurence Fishburne gives a tragic and touching performance as a gay high school teacher in Alfred Uhry's compelling new drama.
Arabian Night
Roland Schimmelpfennig's play is surreal, insubstantial, and oddly entertaining.
This stage adaptation of Henry Green's novel about upper-class Brits turns out to be quite something.
Hello, Dolly!
Tovah Feldshuh is a tad too conscientious -- and extremely Irish -- in the Paper Mill Playhouse's uneven revival of the classic, crowd-pleasing Jerry Herman musical.
Americana Absurdum
Brian Parks' remarkable testament to human cruelty and corruption gets a first-rate revival at P.S. 122.