Reviews

Fragment
In this unusual new work, Kelly Cooper and Pavol Liska use ancient Greek texts to comment on the war in Iraq.
Mercy on the Doorstep
Gip Hoppe's new play is often predictable and melodramatic, but it does have moments of poignancy.
The Lord of the Rings
Peter Howe, James Loye, and Michael Therriault in The Lord of the Rings (Photo ©Manuel Harlan) What does it say about a show w
Shenandoah
Scott Bakula shines in Jeff Calhoun's revival of the 1975 Broadway hit at Ford's Theatre.
Living Room in Africa
Bathsheba Doran's play about British expatriates living in a remote African village is poignant and powerful.
Carnival
Elena Shaddow and her creepy friends in Carnival(Photo © Jerry Dalia) Theatergoers and critics who have deplored the high-handed t
Help Wanted
Josh Lefkowitz in a publicity shot for Help Wanted (Photo © Kyle Ancowitz) Spalding Gray is Josh Lefkowitz's last great hero. One
Fahrenheit 451
The Godlight Theater Company presents Ray Bradbury's dramatization of his hugely prophetic novel.
The Man From Nebraska
Tracy Letts's play about a man's spiritual crisis is often unbelievable and sometimes boring, despite exemplary performances by Brian Kerwin and Kathy Baker.
Company
Raúl Esparza and cast in Company(Photo © Sandy Underwood) Director John Doyle's thrilling new interpretation of the Stephen