Reviews

NYMF Roundup #1
But I'm a Cheerleader, Richard Cory, Feeling Electric, and The Ballad of Bonnie & Clyde
Cathay: Three Tales of China
Lady Yang and friends in Cathay: Three Tales of China (Photo © Chris Bennion) Cherry-picking from 5,000 years of Chinese history,
The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow
This uneven yet thought-provoking play by Rolin Jones mixes equal parts of science fiction and dysfunctional family drama.
Miracle Brothers
David Finkle weighs in on Kirsten Childs' new Brazilian-flavored musical.
Spirit
The London-based ensemble Improbable has fashioned an enthralling theater piece that simultaneously celebrates and deconstructs the creative process.
The Learned Ladies of Park Avenue
David Grimm's modern-day Molière adaptation is a wonderfully witty romp.
The Blowin of Baile Gall
Ato Essendoh and Colin Hamell in The Blowin of Baile Gall Photo © Carol Rosegg Brit-pop icon Morrissey infamously skewered Englis
Forbidden Broadway: Special Victims Unit
Megan Lewis is the standout star of the new edition of Gerard Alessandrini's long-running parody series.
Edward II
The Creative Mechanics give Brecht's adaptation of Christopher Marlowe's play an imperfectly realized production.
The Breadwinner
Virginia Kull and Jack Gilpin in The Breadwinner (Photo © Theresa Squire) Men who abandon their wives and children aren't usually