Reviews

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
David Finkle deplores the stage musical based on the 1968 film with a score by the Sherman brothers.
You Never Know
Haviland Stillwell and Gerritt VanderMeerin You Never Know(Photo © T. Charles Erickson) Who wouldn't want You Never Know to be wonderful? After all
Beast on the Moon
Richard Kalinoski's uneven play deals with the aftermath of the Armenian genocide.
Sophocles' Electra
Jennifer Mendenhall in Sophocles' Electra(Photo © Christopher O. Banks) Over the course of its two-decade history, MetroStage has
A Streetcar Named Desire
Edward Hall's production makes Tennessee Williams' astonishing play seem like a precursor to The Honeymooners.
Privilege
Paul Weitz's intriguing but uneven new play centers on two brothers whose father is accused of insider trading.
Slag Heap
This shock-and-awe play about British prostitutes starts off with a bang but ends with a whimper.
SIDES: The Fear Is Real...
Rodney To and Hoon Lee in SIDES: The Fear Is Real... Photo © Brian Barenio A poor man's version of Christopher Durang's The Ac
Hurlyburly
David Finkle on the revival of David Rabe's Hurlyburly, which has just re-opened at the new 37 Arts Theatre.
The Baker's Wife
The Paper Mill Playhouse production of this problematic but frequently stunning musical must be seen and heard.