Reviews

Extreme Girl
By Sandi Carroll · Dec 21, 1999
Barbara Blackburn has provided ample evidence for her own theory in Extreme Girl, currently running through February 27 at The Currican Theater: The American Woman is very confus
Minnelli on Minnelli
By Ward Morehouse · Dec 20, 1999
Liza Minnelli is home again, on Broadway, in one of the most gutsy and entertaining essentially one-person-shows in a long time, on or Off Broadway. Liza Minnelli
Midnight Brainwash Revival
By John DeVore · Dec 20, 1999
Imagine: Two advertising men arguing over about which is the more potent medium, TV or radio. One ad man cites TV: "Say I'm selling whipped cream: I can show a delicious hot fu
Chicago City Limits
By Rich Mintzer · Dec 5, 1999
Chicago City Limits has been New York's preeminent improvisational troupe since its founding in 1979. While their colossal wit and comedic wisdom have carefully remained in synch ...
Putting It Together
By Leslie Becker · Dec 5, 1999
There's no doubt that Putting It Together is filled with star talent, a plethora of terrific songs by Stephen Sondheim, simple and tasteful staging by Bob Avian, and ...
The Rainmaker
By Ward Morehouse · Dec 5, 1999
Woody Harrelson makes his Broadway debut with Jayne Atkinson The revival of N. Richard Nash's The Rainmaker is billed as a comed
I Love Dick
By John DeVore · Dec 4, 1999
Romance starts with a wink. A sly smile or a causal nod that says, "Come a little closer and let me buy you a drink". Mabou Mines' newest production, the provocatively titled I
Give Me Your Answer, Do!
By Jennifer Callahan · Nov 29, 1999
If it's Ballybeg, then, for sure, it's a play by Brian Friel. And in Give Me Your Answer, Do!, now playing at the Roundabout Theatre, Friel takes on the risky and mysterious ...
Bedside Manners
By Roger J. An · Nov 15, 1999
A journal and a cozy New England bed-and-breakfast provide the source material and the setting for Bedside Manners, the extraordinary monologue play by Lisa Stephenson, ...
Dame Edna: The Royal Tour
By Leonard Jacobs · Nov 12, 1999
[The other night I dreamt about Dame Edna Everage, now in her triumphant Broadway debut, Dame Edna: The Royal Tour, at the Booth Theatre. Upon awakening, I quickly scribbled ...