Reviews

Barbara's Blue Kitchen
Lori Fischer's winsome and winning new musical combines sensitive writing and tour-de-force acting.
A Stone Carver
Dan Lauria stars as a bombastic Italian father in William Mastrosimone's sitcom-like play.
All This Intimacy
Rajiv Joseph's play about a man who has impregnated three different women in nine days' time is given an over-the-top production.
Once Upon a Time in New Jersey
This 1950s fairytale is a little too bland, but it's well cast and musically engaging.
Shout! The Mod Musical
This colorful show filled with songs of the 1960s resembles an old TV variety program.
Never Tell
James Christy's play about people behaving badly is well acted, but the writing stretches credibility.
The Sisters Rosensweig
Wendy Wasserstein's family drama gets a highly accomplished revival under David Warren's astute direction.
Lizard
The NoHo Arts Center presents a strong production of this new musical about an outsider who finds himself and his family.
Amajuba: Like Doves We Rise
This production from South Africa consists of heartbreaking and inspiring tales by five actors from the country's turbulent townships.
Midtown International Theatre Festival
Reports on The Maternal Instinct, Shoot the Dog, The Girls of Summer, and Das Brat.