FringeNYC 2006 Roundup 2
Reports on Big Doolie, Oblivious to Everyone, Corleone: The Shakespearean Godfather, and Hermanas.
Kiki & Herb: Alive on Broadway
The extraordinary downtown duo's Main Stem debut is likely to thrill devotees and newcomers alike.
The New Provincetown Players present an uneven but worthwhile production of the late, great Charles Ludlam's take on a classic love story.
FringeNYC 2006 Roundup 1
Reports on The Deepest Play Ever, Blue Balls, Eenie Meanie, and The Fartiste.
Patti LuPone triumphs as Mama Rose in the Ravinia Festival's production of this musical masterpiece.
Marco Millions (based on lies)
Waterwell Theatre comes up with a hilarious meta-theatrical take on Eugene O'Neill's 1928 satire on materialism.
Henrik Ibsen + Jon Fosse: Norway Meets New York
The rarely produced Rosmersholm is paired with the contemporary play deathvariations, but neither rises above mediocrity.
The Opposite of Sex
This brilliant musical version of Don Roos' film is both moving and hilarious, thanks in part to a top-notch cast.
This delightful new musical by John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Rupert Holmes has audiences cheering even before the curtain comes down.
Creation: A Clown Show
This unusual re-enactment of The Bible aims for profundity, and is equal parts smart and stupid.