Reviews

No Exit, Happy Hour, and Sex Ed
By Celena Cipriaso · Jul 24, 2001
NO EXIT In this age of realism and cynicism, few people can stomach pieces dealing with the higher themes of heaven and hell. The self-absorbed, "Me Generation"
Major Barbara
By Charles Wright · Jul 23, 2001
Cherry Jones in Major Barbara(Photo: Joan Marcus) George Bernard Shaw was aware that he never got the ending of
A Thousand Clowns
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jul 19, 2001
Tom Selleck and Barbara Garrickin A Thousand Clowns(Photo: Carol Rosegg) There are fewer clowns in the current Broadway production of Herb Gardner's A Thous
Shyness is Nice
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 18, 2001
Adam Klasfeld peeps at Marc Spitz's new play about sex, drugs, and pop-culture before it becomes a pornographic film.
Featuring Loretta
By Dan Bacalzo · Jul 18, 2001
Featuring Loretta "NC-17: No one 17 and under admitted," warns a sticker on the program of Jambalaya Productions' presentation of ...
Down South
By Ricky Spears · Jul 17, 2001
Alice Vaughn in Down South(Photo: Carol Rosegg) "I've got a lot to do today; I'm preparing for a nuclear holocaust." This is what '60s housewife Jennifer ...
Blue Window
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 16, 2001
Marin Hinkle and Neal Huff in Blue Window(Photo: Carl Sturmer) Blue windows are everywhere in this revival of Craig Lucas' 1984 play--as metaphor, as plot, ...
Much Ado About Nothing
By Charles Wright · Jul 13, 2001
Lisa Carter, Anthony Cochrane,and Cameron Blairin Much Ado About Nothing(Photo: Ken Howard) The estimable Aquila Theatre Company, a touring ensemble of ...
Four
By Adam Klasfeld · Jul 9, 2001
Keith Nobbs and Isiah Whitlock, Jr. in Four(Photo: Christopher Shinn) "We're breaking the law," points out Joe, a middle-aged, husky black man, to June, a ...
A Prophet Among Them
By Brooke Pierce · Jul 6, 2001
Reggie Montgomery and Harvy Blanksin A Prophet Among Them(Photo: Richard Termine) It's the secret wish and terror of all writers that they might one day find ...