Reviews

Einstein's Dreams
By David Finkle · Aug 26, 2001
The cast of Einstein's Dreams Whether or not the entire text of Alan Lightman's imaginative 1993 novel Einstein's Dreams is contained in the Aporia Pl
The Pumpkin Pie Show, Last Laugh, and A Message in Our Music
By Ben Winters · Aug 20, 2001
The Pumpkin Pie Show At first blush, The Pumpkin Pie Show appears to be a sort of avant-gardist variety show, but what emerges is an exceptionally wel
Snatches
By David Finkle · Aug 20, 2001
By choosing the title Snatches for her truncated and spliced version of the infamous Linda Tripp-Monica Lewinsky telephone tapes, writer-director Laura Strausfeld has shot ...
La Lupe
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Aug 20, 2001
Sully Diaz and Eddie Marreroin La Lupe(Photo: Martha Holmes) Latinos are flocking to see the musical La Lupe, and they're not the only ones. The show, ...
Biography's Top Ten People ... , The Elephant Man: The Musical, and Tarnish
By Brooke Pierce · Aug 17, 2001
During the first week of New York City's Fringe Festival, I caught three shows that can justifiably be grouped together in one review roundup if only because they
Shut Up and Love Me
By Ricky Spears · Aug 16, 2001
Karen Finley in Shut Up and Love Me(Photo: Donna Ann McAdams) From our first glimpse of the outline of bikini panties under her stre
Jamaica
By Brooke Pierce · Aug 15, 2001
The cast of Jamaica Composer Harold Arlen and lyricist E.Y. Harburg comprised one of the most noted songwriting teams in the early ...
Yi Sang Counts to 13 and Often I Find That I am Naked
By Adam Klasfeld · Aug 15, 2001
Yi Sang Counts to 13 A man named Blue is so infatuated with a woman named Green that he can't draw his eyes away from her elbow, which he immortalizes in a ...
The Seagull
By David Finkle · Aug 13, 2001
The Seagull(Photo: Michal Daniel) Mike Nichols and Meryl Streep have proved in films that they're a formidable team. He directed her somber performance in
Billy the Kid and No Mother to Guide Her
By Dan Bacalzo · Aug 11, 2001
The cast of No Mother to Guide Her (Photo: Marizio Bacci) Nineteenth century American melodrama is hardly standard fare for today'