Fuddy Meers
By Leonard Jacobs · Feb 23, 2000
J. Smith Cameron in Fuddy MeersPhoto: Joan Marcus One could have muddy fears about Fuddy Meers, now in its Off-Broadway open run, but dwelling prickly ...
The Time of the Cuckoo
By David Marcus · Feb 22, 2000
How can the revival of a 1953 play dramatizing a middle-aged, female tourist's dalliance with infidelity possibly shock or draw emotion from audiences long desensi
Master Class
By Larry S. Ledford · Feb 21, 2000
"How can you have rivals when no one can do what you do?" asks Maria Callas in Terrence McNally's Master Class. This is but one of many juicy quips that have made the play a ...
By Ward Morehouse · Feb 17, 2000
"When it was first produced on Broadway in 1965, Peter Weiss' The Persecution and Assassination Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Di
By Andrew Neiman · Feb 16, 2000
Othello (Joshua Spafford) andDesdemona (Tina Horii). The title of this production, produced with impeccable design sense by the National Asian American Theatre Comp
Night Blooming Jasmine
By Jennifer Callahan · Feb 16, 2000
Swiftness marks a good thriller; the sting of precision marks a literary one. Night Blooming Jasmine, the first play by the seasoned writer and concert pian
The Garden of Hannah List
By Andrew Neiman · Feb 16, 2000
The strength of The Garden of Hannah List--running through February 27 at the 14th Street Y--lies predominantly in the graceful and ...
The Director
By David Marcus · Feb 16, 2000
"You don't want to work with me. I'm a controlling monster," says the lead character to the budding playwright in The Director, Nancy Hasty's compelling new pla
Arms and the Man
By Ward Morehouse · Feb 11, 2000
"You kept Sergius waiting a year before you would be betrothed to him," says Catherine Petkoff to her fickle daughter, Raina, early in George Bernard Shaw's Arms and the Man. ...
Hotel California
By Rich Mintzer · Feb 11, 2000
What might singer/songwriter Don Henley, founding member of the pop group The Eagles, think if he knew he was being immortalized in an off-beat tribute deep in the