The thundering stampede of new plays having abated with the arrival of prize-giving season, the New York theater doesn't pause, but uses its breathing space to show off other forms of stage fauna, starting with the best actors automatically disqualified for acting awards: puppets. A biennial festival that gets bigger every second autumn isn't enough for these heartless creatures—now they want spring as well. Luckily, they're not so narcissistic as most actors, so their shows tend to be short; brevity is the... More >>>