Reviews

Philadelphia, Here I Come!
Under Ciarán O'Reilly's lively and sensitive direction, this Brian Friel play is receiving a well-nigh perfect Irish Rep production
Brother
Haskell King and Stephanie Sanditz in Brother Photo © Melissa Stewart The set of Lisa Ebersole's Brother, like those of several other plays in New
MITF Roundup #1
The cast of It's Only a Play (Photo © Jack Aaronson) [Ed. Note: This is the first in a series of TM review roundups of shows in the sixth annual Midto
Arlecchino, Servant of Two Masters
Ferruccio Soleri (center) and the cast of Arlecchino (Photo © Luigi Cimanghi) Giorgio Strehler died in 1997, 50 years after found
Le Dernier Caravansérail (Odyssées)
David Finkle on Ariane Mnouckhine's two-part, six-hour theater piece about the plight of political refugees.
Bent
Martin Sherman's Holocaust drama receives a harrowingly accurate new production.
Busted Jesus Comix
David Johnston's hilarious and disturbing play was inspired by the real-life court case of a comic book artist convicted of obscenity.
The Blonde in the Thunderbird
David Finkle assesses Suzanne Somers' Las Vegas-style confessional show at the Brooks Atkinson.
Pilgrims
Jamie Carmichael's debut play catalogues the bruises that accumulate among four early twenty-somethings who wear their hearts on their Ivy League sleeves.
Wicked
Ana Gasteyer in Wicked (Photo © Joan Marcus) Imagine a nation that uses fear-mongering to cow its people and cynically exploits differences in color and