Simone De Beauvoir: On Sex, Art & Feminism
By Shana Liebman · Apr 7, 2000
From Simone De Beauvoir:On Sex, Art & Feminism Most people only know Simone de Beauvoir as the common-law wife of Jean Paul Sartre and as the author of Th
The Year of the Baby
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 7, 2000
From The Year of the Baby On the way to your seat at The Year of the Baby at Soho Rep, you have to walk on the set, the floor of which is wall-to-wall ...
Vieux Carré
By Robert Kent · Apr 4, 2000
Tennessee Williams in the French Quarter. Robert Kent reviews.
Animal Magnetism
By Jessica Leader · Apr 3, 2000
If there were awards for Best Program for an Off-Off Broadway Play--or even Best Program for a Live Cartoon in Animal Drag, as Mabou Mimes's newest piece, Animal
Boy Gets Girl
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Apr 3, 2000
Jonathan Abarbanel studies this study of stalking, as dramatized by up-and-coming playwright Rebecca Gilman.
Voice of Good Hope
By Catey Sullivan · Apr 3, 2000
Catey Sullivan reviews this work about the triumphant, courageous Texas Congresswoman, Barbara Jordan.
Ballad Hunter
By Jonathan Abarbanel · Apr 3, 2000
Jonathan Abarbanel surveys the land of the Old and New World.
Shopping and F**king
By Meg Donivan · Mar 31, 2000
Meg Donivan reviews the Celebration Theatre's production of Mark Ravenhill's award-winning play.
By David Finkle · Mar 31, 2000
Adam Pascal and Heather Headleyshare a quiet moment in Aida Perhaps the most striking aspect of the Elton John-Tim Rice Aida is how un-striking it is. ...
The Beauty Queen of Leenane
By Julio Martinez · Mar 31, 2000
Martin McDonagh's pitch black comedy comes to South Coast Rep, and is reviewed by Julio Martinez.