The American premiere of David Harrower's Olivier Award-winning play doesn't live up to expectations.
The Accomplices
Bernard Weinraub's docudrama about the U.S. response to the Holocaust is intense and disturbing.
A Moon for the Misbegotten
Kevin Spacey and Eve Best stake their claims to the roles of James Tyrone and Josie Hogan in Howard Davies' molten-hot revival of Eugene O'Neill's masterpiece.
Massacre (Sing For Your Children)
José Rivera's new morality play is both overwritten and underdeveloped.
Losing Something
The technical wizardry in 3-Legged Dog's latest show is far superior to the acting.
Mark Lamos' production of the classic play by Spring Awakening author Frank Wedekind lacks any sort of human tenderness.
This modern-day riff on The Bacchae is expertly directed, and performed by a trio of outstanding actors.
The Pirate Queen
In this bombastic new musical from the creators of Les Misérables, the troubles are not political but artistic.
The Dark at the Top of the Stairs
Superb acting buoys the Transport Group's oddly directed production of this minor masterpiece by William Inge.
Exits and Entrances
Athol Fugard's autobiographical two-hander is written from the heart.