The George Street Playhouse offers a fine production of the William Finn-James Lapine musical about family, AIDS, and what it truly means to be a man.
Noah Haidle's latest play, set in both the 1500s and the modern-day, is seriously unbalanced.
Inherit the Wind
The 1955 play about the Scopes Trial still holds up, despite problematic performances by stars Christopher Plummer and Brian Dennehy.
All the Wrong Reasons
John Fugelsang's immensely satisfying one-man show is as smart as it is entertaining.
Sleeping Beauty Wakes
Deaf West's musical take on the classic fairy tale is a truly theatrical experience.
The American premiere of David Harrower's Olivier Award-winning play doesn't live up to expectations.
The Accomplices
Bernard Weinraub's docudrama about the U.S. response to the Holocaust is intense and disturbing.
A Moon for the Misbegotten
Kevin Spacey and Eve Best stake their claims to the roles of James Tyrone and Josie Hogan in Howard Davies' molten-hot revival of Eugene O'Neill's masterpiece.
Massacre (Sing For Your Children)
José Rivera's new morality play is both overwritten and underdeveloped.
Losing Something
The technical wizardry in 3-Legged Dog's latest show is far superior to the acting.