Post Mortem
A.R. Gurney's satiric, self-referential new play doesn't fullfill its promise.
The Mail Order Bride
Uneven acting and direction mar Charles Mee's terrific new play, inspired by Molière's The Imaginary Invalid.
Evil Dead: The Musical
There's plenty to enjoy in this cheesy musical based on Sam Raimi's Evil Dead films, but it's not as funny as its creators apparently think it is.
Lorenzo Lamas at Feinstein's at the Regency
The television favorite's cabaret debut has some delightful stories and good vocal performances.
Mary Zimmerman offers a surprising and somewhat modern take on the mythical tale of Jason and the Golden Fleece.
The Clean House
Sarah Ruhl's thoroughly engaging, quasi-absurdist comedy gets a long overdue, highly polished New York production.
The TV-star power of Joan Collins and Linda Evans can't save this ill-advised revival of James Kirkwood's legendary flop.
The Sunset Limited
Cormac McCarthy's existential life-or-death drama receives a superbly cast production.
Daisy Foote's domestic drama about a New England family works well enough -- but needs to be longer.
The Times They Are A-Changin'
Twyla Tharp does a disservice to Bob Dylan in this problematic dance piece-cum-musical.