Reviews

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Some new cast members bring their own luster to one of the best shows on Broadway.
Fatboy
Nancy Walsh, Matt Oberg, and Del Pentecost in Fatboy (Photo © John Clancy) Alfred Jarry's Ubu Roi, first seen in 1896, has
Measure for Pleasure
David Grimm's newly minted "Restoration romp" often forgoes good taste, but it has moments of wit and comic brilliance.
The Most Happy Fella
City Opera's revival of Frank Loesser's 1956 musical is going to make a lot of people very unhappy.
Grey Gardens
Christine Ebersole has her best role ever as eccentric Edie Beale in this musical based on the acclaimed documentary.
Bernarda Alba
Michael John LaChiusa's musical adaptation of Federico García Lorca's dark classic is impeccable.
The Music Teacher
Jason Forbach and Wayne Hobbs in The Music Teacher (Photo © Carol Rosegg) The men in Wallace Shawn's works, sometimes portrayed by the author himself, us
Sake with the Haiku Geisha
Angela Lin in Sake with the Haiku Geisha Photo © David Gochfeld If there were an award for "Most Japanese Cultural Signifiers in
Hedda Gabler
Academy Award-winning actress Cate Blanchett delivers a luminous performance in the title role of Ibsen's classic drama.
Defiance
John Patrick Shanley's crackling follow-up to Doubt reconfirms his importance as a playwright.