Reviews

People Are Living There
O'Mara Leary and Larry Silverberg in People Are Living There (Photo © Richard Termine) An Athol Fugard play set in New Jersey? As
The Constant Wife
David Finkle enjoys Mark Brokaw's production of W. Somerset Maugham's forward-looking comedy about marital infidelity.
Border/Clash
Staceyann Chinn is out, loud, proud, and definitely worth listening to in this exuberant solo show.
Kicker
Juliet Gowing and Matt Pepper in Kicker (Photo © Rahav Segev) "You'd be surprised how uninteresting interesting people are," says Michael Gray -- and he
The Cherry Orchard
The Atlantic Theatre Company production of this Chekhov classic is wildly uneven.
Palm Beach
Chris Hoch and Matt Cavenaugh in Palm Beach(Photo © Ken Howard) During the Great Depression and in the years leading up to World W
Private Fears in Public Places
A perfect ensemble cast brings warmth, humor, and sadness to Sir Alan Ayckbourn's exquisite dark comedy.
Ragtime
David Finkle praises the Paper Mill Playhouse production of this great Stephen Flaherty-Lynn Ahrens-Terrence McNally musical.
Manuscript
Pablo Schreiber, Jeffrey Carlson, and Marin Irelandin Manuscript(Photo © Paul Kolnik) Paul Grellong's Manuscript seems like
Yank
Eric Schneider and Mathew Hultgreen in Yank (Photo © David Zellnik) Two things strike you when watching the world premiere of bro