Reviews

A Fine & Private Place
This new musical about love after death, based on the beloved novel by Peter S. Beagle, remains earthbound.
The Wedding Singer
Here's a nice, lightweight show that's going to bring a great deal of pleasure to a great number of people.
Lestat
The new musical at the Palace is certainly not a great show, but it's occasionally a good one.
The History Boys
This may well be the best bloody play to have opened either on or off Broadway this season.
All My Sons
A star-studded ensemble cast sparks a breathtaking revival of Arthur Miller's post-World War II classic.
The Importance of Being Earnest
Lynn Redgrave and company are in high gear in Sir Peter Hall's marvelous production of Oscar Wilde's comedy of manners.
The Threepenny Opera
Some of the stars shine but the book and the direction don't in Scott Elliott's new production of this iconoclastic Brecht-Weill musical.
Three Days of Rain
Film star Julia Roberts acquits herself very well in her Broadway debut.
screwmachine/eyecandy
J.C. Hopkins has nothing new to say in this satire about America's consumerist culture.
A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur
Joan Van Ark shines in the Hartford Stage production of this minor work by Tennessee Williams.