By Shana Liebman · May 12, 2000 · New York City
Double lives: Two-Headed Few great dramas have been inspired by middle America in the late 1800's, when it might seem that all people did was milk the cows,
Descent (A Darwinian Comedy)
By Michael A. Casano · May 11, 2000 · New York City
"Down-sizing," "re-organizing," and "streamlining" are some of the terms corporate executives use to describe the firing of employees. In Descent (A Darwinian
L'il Brown Brothers/Nikimalika
By Elias Wolfberg · May 9, 2000 · New York City
Jojo Gonzalez There are so few plays around New York where the majority of the cast is made up of non-Caucasians that I really wanted to like L'il Brown Brothers/N
I Wanna Be Adored
By Raven Snook · May 9, 2000 · New York City
Until last Friday, I thought I was the only loud, funny, Jewish Goth who listened to show tunes in New York City. Brilliant playwright Marc Spitz, whose new piece
Abie's Island Rose
Lovers of musical theater who are thirsty for great new shows have been wandering in a production desert for several years. No wonder, then, that even the slightest little sun ...
This Lime Tree Bower
By Lawrence Bommer · May 6, 2000 · Chicago
Like Martin McDonagh, author of The Cripple of Inishmann and The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Conor McPherson is a young Irish dramatist who likes to ...
Sweeney Todd
By Leonard Jacobs · May 5, 2000 · New York City
So richly textured is Stephen Sondheim's score for Sweeney Todd, his 1979 Tony Award-winning musical, that to hear it played by the New York Philharmonic--...
Dirty Blonde
By Jeannie Lieberman · May 5, 2000 · New York City
Claudia Shear as Mae West A true story, as related by Tony Award-winning musical director Don Pippin: "A young student pianist [Pippin himself] comes to meet Mae ...
Backseats and Bathroom Stalls
By John DeVore · May 3, 2000 · New York City
Subtitled "a not-so-romantic comedy of bad manners," Backseats and Bathroom Stalls aspires to raunchy abandon but instead delivers an often inspired but ...
Uncle Vanya
By David Finkle · May 2, 2000 · New York City
Roger Rees, Derek Jacobi, and Laura Linney In his major plays, Anton Chekhov assiduously demonstrates how much "anguish" there is in "languish." His world-weary ...

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