Howie the Rookie
By Dan Bacalzo · Jan 9, 2001 · New York City
Aidan Kelly (background) and Karl Shiels (foreground) in Howie the Rookie Short staccato bursts of language, spoken in a thick Irish accent, become poetry
Little House of Cookies
By Brooke Pierce · Jan 4, 2001 · New York City
'The Beagles' in Little House of Cookies New York City's premiere theater dedicated to producing children's musicals, TADA! celebrates its 16th birthday by
The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant
As European films go, Rainer Werner Fassbinder's The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant (1971) didn't set the cinema world aflame. But it did spark a cult following that grew ...
Pete 'n' Keely
By Ricky Spears · Jan 4, 2001 · New York City
Sally Mayes and George Dvorskyin Pete ?n? Keely(Photo: Carol Rosegg) Remember what it felt like to laugh throughout a show, to hear an audience whoop and ...
Down the Garden Paths
How does Anne Meara's "garden" grow? It grows in four different directions, with the possibility of an infinite number of variations. In her provocative new work at The Minetta La
Jesus Hopped the A Train
John Ortiz is Angel Cruzin Jesus Hopped The A Train(Photo: Jamie Mullians) Stephen Adly Guirgis, whose In Arabia, We'd All Be Kings was acclaimed Off-...
Christmas with the Crawfords
By Michael Portantiere · Dec 19, 2000 · New York City
Joey Arias and Jason Scottin Christmas with the Crawfords(Photo: Pate Eng) Lord knows, there's never any lack of drag shows to be found in New York City. But ...
The Trials of Martin Guerre
By Jesse Witkin Schwartz · Dec 14, 2000 · New York City
Susan Matus and Jeff Berryin The Trials of Martin Guerre(Photo: Lorree True) There is certainly no lack of intellectual weight present in Frank Cossa's ne
Princess Turandot
By Michael Portantiere · Dec 13, 2000 · New York City
Roxanna Hope and James Stanley (front)with Crispin Freeman in Princess Turandot(Photo: Carol Rosegg) Opera buffs will certainly want to check out the Blue ...
Venus Observed
By Brooke Pierce · Dec 13, 2000 · New York City
Venus Observed The English writer Christopher Fry was the preeminent author of verse drama in the 20th century. But, excepting an ardent cult of followers