The Music Man
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 28, 2000
Craig Bierko as The Music Man There is nothing groundbreaking about the new revival of Meredith Wilson's The Music Man. But there is very definitely ...
The Advent of Darkness
By John DeVore · Apr 28, 2000
Bucking convention is a lonely enterprise, especially when downtown theater, a sphere of creativity with a decidedly highbrow aesthetic, is concerned. The Advent of Darkness, a
Musical! the Musical
By Michael Bettencourt · Apr 27, 2000
It's a two-act, full-length, Broadway-style musical--and it's completely new every night. Michael Bettencourt reviews ImprovBoston's performance.
And the World Goes Round
By Caroline Nesbitt · Apr 27, 2000
Caroline Nesbitt enjoys a round with the Lyric Theatre and the music of Kander and Ebb.
By David Finkle · Apr 26, 2000
From Jitney It's a simple gesture, but the audience--as one--gasps. A man answers a wall telephone, causing five other men sitting around him to look up in ...
By Melissa Rose Bernardo · Apr 25, 2000
From Cobb Last weekend, over dirty martinis and Amstel Light at a chic East Side lounge, the subject turned to--of all things--baseball. Tiger baseball,...
By Robert Kent · Apr 25, 2000
The halls of the Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center are alive with the sound of music as salsa, cumbia, merengue and Caribbean rhythms drift out of the cen
The News
By Rich Mintzer · Apr 24, 2000
From The News The dentist's drill, cheap champagne, Ishtar, mime...there are few things worse than bad improvisational comedy. The News, the latest
Julius Caesar
By Ilana Simons · Apr 24, 2000
From Julius Caesar Director Eric Cohen and his company the Crew of Patches do remarkably little to modernize this production of Julius Caesar, but one
By Josh Godfrey · Apr 21, 2000
From Medea Long before there was Lorena Bobbitt or Amy Fisher, the world had Medea. When it comes to pure, unadulterated vengeance, no one can top her, and E