Reviews

Festen
Director Rufus Norris's Broadway production of this play is truly and madly theatrical.
Tryst
Karoline Leach's play about a secret affair is flawed but consistently engaging.
Show People
Debra Monk steals the spotlight in Paul Weitz's slight but amusing valentine to theater folk.
Sandra Bernhard: Everything Bad & Beautiful
In the famed comedienne's new show, her outfits are wild but her talk is surprisingly mild.
Hair
CanStage's exhilarating new production of the 1968 rock musical is a roaring success.
Men of Clay
This rather dismal drama was inspired by writer/director Jeff Cohen's father and his group of friends, who played tennis on the red clay courts of Baltimore's Druid Hill Park.
The Maids x 2
The new Ego Po/Cocteau company offers two different interpretations of Jean Genet's play in one fascinating program.
Pen
J. Smith-Cameron offers another finely etched character portrait in David Marshall Grant's muddled domestic drama.
70, Girls, 70
The City Center Encores! revival of Kander & Ebb's 1971 musical gives some veteran stars their moment in the spotlight.
A Safe Harbor for Elizabeth Bishop
American poet Elizabeth Bishop's life should make for an engaging one-woman show; unfortunately, Marta Góes's play is not it.