Reviews

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
The Paris Letter
Playwright Jon Robin Baitz, labeled "promising" in the early '80s, continues to fulfill that promise.