Reviews

The Snow Queen
This musical adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen fairytale proves charming yet very difficult to categorize.
Annie Get Your Gun
Andrea McArdle and the magnificent Jeffrey Coon star in the Prince Music Theater's problematic revival of this classic American musical.
Carrie
Theatre Couture's new stage adaptation of Stephen King's horror novel is campy, good fun.
Annie
Kathie Lee Gifford gives a committed performance in the uneven 30th anniversary production of this beloved musical.
Spring Awakening
Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater's innovative, frequently brilliant musical version of Frank Wedekind's shocking 19th-century play shines brightly on Broadway.
A Very Merry Unauthorized Children's Scientology Pageant
Les Freres Corbusier wittily skewer L. Ron Hubbard and his followers without actually saying a word against them.
My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish & I'm in Therapy!
Steve Solomon's solo comedy show has its share of laughs, but doesn't belong in an Off-Broadway theater.
High Fidelity
This affable musical based on Nick Hornby's novel is sure to entertain some fun seekers and especially young men.
Home
TACT's revival of David Storey's 1970 play is thoroughly enchanting and superbly acted.
That Time of the Year
The York Theatre's new holiday revue is full of original songs that cover the familiar touchstones of the season with wit and style.