The Witches of Eastwick
This musical based on John Updike's novel is smart, sexy, smashing, and brilliantly performed.
The Second Tosca
Tom Rowan's play about backstage goings-on at an opera company is often entertaining but is overstuffed with dialogue and characters.
The Play's the Thing
Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey gives Ferenc Molnar's soufflé-like comedy an invigorating production.
10 Million Miles
Grammy Award winner Patty Griffin's songs are put to ineffective use in this new musical about a road trip.
Paper Mill concludes its season with this beautifully sung, modernized adaptation of The Pirates of Penzance.
John Kuntz's comedic thriller about three gay men has plenty of wit and dark humor.
The Butcher of Baraboo
Playwright Marisa Wegryzn exhibits a compelling and idiosyncratic voice in this macabre and often hilarious play.
From Riverdale to Riverhead
Anastasia Traina's play about a dysfunctional family on a car trip grates on the nerves.
In a Dark Dark House
Frederick Weller gives a superb performance in Neil LaBute's provocative if overly ambiguous play about child abuse.
Nina Raine's play about a troubled father-daughter relationship has pitch-perfect dialogue, but there's less here than meets the ear.