Reviews

The Woman in Black
By David Finkle · Jun 12, 2001
Keith Baxter and Jared Reedin The Woman in Black(Photo: Craig Schwartz) BOO! Did that scare you? Did you jump? I didn't think so, and now you know the ...
The Dog Problem
By Ricky Spears · Jun 11, 2001
Larry Clarke and friend in The Dog Problem(Photo: Carol Rosegg) David Rabe writes very difficult plays, and his latest--The Dog Problem, now being ...
Six Goumbas and a Wannabe
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Jun 6, 2001
Six Goumbas and a Wannabe The "wannabe" in the new comedy Six Goumbas and a Wannabe is its author. There are a lot of talented actors involved in the ...
The Credeaux Canvas
By David Finkle · Jun 5, 2001
Annie Parisse and Glenn Howertonin The Credeaux Canvas(Photo: Joan Marcus) Keith Bunin, author of The Credeaux Canvas at Playwrights Horizons, looks as
Shequida's Opera for Dummies
By Brooke Pierce · Jun 4, 2001
Shequida's Opera for Dummies(Photo: Aaron Cobbett) Thank heaven for Shequida! If it weren't for her, we unwashed masses who can neither afford the Met nor ...
Hamlet
By David Finkle · Jun 1, 2001
Simon Russell Bealein Hamlet Short and stocky, the English actor Simon Russell Beale is physically right for character roles. Someday, he'll undoubtedly make ...
The Right Way to Sue
By Brooke Pierce · May 30, 2001
Kelly AuCoin and Jennifer Morris with "the baby" Ellen Melaver's The Right Way to Sue is a silly but surprisingly smart comedy about crazy Upper
Thief River
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · May 30, 2001
Neil Maffin and Gregg Edelman in Thief River(Photo: Susan Johann) The empty, abandoned farmhouse that serves as the set for Lee Blessing's impressive new pla
Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine
By David Finkle · May 29, 2001
John Spencer in Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine(Photo: Joan Marcus) As of his new Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine, Warren Leight, who won a Tony for Side Man
Nocturne
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · May 27, 2001
Dallas Roberts holding Nicole Pasquale in Nocturne(Photo: Joan Marcus) Welcome to group therapy at the New York Theatre Workshop, via Adam Rapp's Nocturne