By Ben Winters · Apr 17, 2002
April Thompson and Arthur French in Medea (Photo: Christopher McElroen) The Classical Theater of Harlem's whirlwind of a Medea
Richard Rodgers: A Centennial Celebration
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 16, 2002
Richard Rodgers The 10th annual Kennedy Center Gala proved to be an intergenerational celebration of the music of Richard Rodgers as the evening's honored veteran ...
The Elephant Man
By David Finkle · Apr 15, 2002
Billy Crudup in The Elephant Man (Photo: Joan Marcus) With Billy Crudup as the malformed title character John Merrick in The Elephant Man, the drama m
Menopause The Musical
By Brooke Pierce · Apr 12, 2002
Joy Lynn Matthews, Joyce A. Presutti, Carolann Page,and Mary Jo McConnell in Menopause The Musical(Photo: Carol Rosegg) Just as The
Swimming With Watermelons
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 12, 2002
Emily Hellstrom and Rachel Benbow Murdyin Swimming With Watermelons(Photo: Carol Rosegg) Swimming with Watermelons may be Off-Broadway's first karaoke ...
Battle of the Bands
By Ben Winters · Apr 11, 2002
Phil Ridarelli in Battle of the Bands (Photo: Liz Lauren) Steven is a happily married man of middle age whose calm domesticity is interrupted by his brother,
By Brooke Pierce · Apr 10, 2002
I feel pretty: Donna Murphy as Helen (Photo: Andrew Kist) It's a big day for Helen of Troy...and a lousy one. After spending 17 years all alone in a hotel roo
By Dan Bacalzo · Apr 10, 2002
Karen Kendal and Anthony Mackie in Talk (Photo: Carol Rosegg) Classical allusions and spirited dialogue are front and center in Carl Hancock Rux's challenging
Chicago Improv Festival
By Ben Winters · Apr 9, 2002
Chicago is the world's capital of improvised comedy, so it's perhaps unsurprising that the Chicago Improv Festival has swelled in a ...
The King and I
By Michael Portantiere · Apr 8, 2002
Carolee Carmello in The King and I(Photo: Jerry Dalia) No doubt about it: Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I is a masterpiece. I've always named ...