Force Continuum
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Feb 13, 2001
David Fonteno in Force Continuum(Photo: Carol Rosegg) There is a lot to admire in Kia Corthron's ambitious new play Force Continuum, and there is also ...
A Connecticut Yankee
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 12, 2001
Christine Ebersole and Henry Gibsonin A Connecticut Yankee(Photo: Carol Rosegg) In less than a decade, the City Center Encores! series has become an ...
Can't Get Started
By Brooke Pierce · Feb 7, 2001
Tom X. Chao in Can't Get Started Tom X. Chao's two person show Can't Get Started opens with a lone woman sitting on stage, speaking in melancholy tones ...
Sting Operation
By Roger J. An · Feb 6, 2001
Jason O'Leary (top) andRichard Bubbico in Sting Operation(Photo: Daisy Baldwin) The HERE Arts Center is a fun venue. It's a lounge, a gallery, and it has ...
Barbara Cook Sings "Mostly Sondheim"
By Michael Portantiere · Feb 5, 2001
Barbara Cook One of the most wonderful things about Barbara Cook is that she has no problem in adapting her gorgeous, wide-ranging, technically perfect singing voice ...
An Idiot Divine
By David Finkle · Feb 2, 2001
Rinde Eckert in An Idiot Divine(Photo: Jeffrey Schifman) Rinde Eckert is a large man with a wide oval face and heavy feet. He looks like someone who might ...
The Play About the Baby
By David Finkle · Feb 2, 2001
Brian Murray, Marian Seldes, Kathleen Early,and David Burtka in The Play About the Baby(Photo: Carol Rosegg) Let's hear it for Marian Seldes, ladies and ...
Time and Again
By David Finkle · Jan 31, 2001
Laura Benanti and Lewis Clealein Time and Again(Photo: Joan Marcus) Any New Yorker who has read Time and Again, Jack Finney's 1970 vibrant novel of ...
Dido, Queen of Carthage
By Dan Bacalzo · Jan 29, 2001
Nicole Halmos and Adrian La Tourellein Dido, Queen of Carthage. (Photo: Paula Court) Cupid, god of love, sings without moving his lips. In the background, mu
More Lies About Jerzy
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jan 26, 2001
Jared Harris and Gretchen Egolfin More Lies About Jerzy. (Photo: Carol Rosegg) It isn't just trapeze artists who walk the high wire. Storytellers do it all