Reviews

Ridiculous Fraud
Beth Henley's pseudo-Chekhovian tale of three Southern brothers almost lives up to its title.
All Dolled Up
Bobby Spillane's new "comedy" about a cross-dressing gangster is not only short on laughs, it's downright boring.
Beau Brummell
Ian Kelly delivers a fine portrait of the famous British dandy in this play by Ron Hutchinson.
Of Thee I Sing
The City Center Encores! revival of the 1931 Pultizer Prize-winning musical is something to sing about.
The Three Musketeers
The Acting Company's production based on the classic novel by Alexandre Dumas is one for all to enjoy.
No Child
Nilaja Sun's solo show about New York City public schools is a lesson in brilliant acting.
Tarzan
If spectacle alone were enough to make a good musical, this would be a great one. But spectacle doesn't, and this isn't.
Shining City
Conor McPherson's new play about discontented Dubliners is oddly mesmerizing.
Defying Hitler
Rupert Wickham's solo show about one man's inability to stand up to Hitler is riveting and revelatory.
A Spalding Gray Matter
Michael Brandt compares his own life to that of the late, great monologuist in this stirring tribute.