The theatrical wing of this year's Lincoln Center Festival concluded with brief visits from two unsatisfactory pieces that practically summed up, in their existence, Gertrude Stein's famous remark that "Everything being the same everything is always different." Wildly unalike in their approaches, themes, countries of origin, and sources of material, they amounted to much the same unsatisfying thing in performance—and to cap that oddity, one of them was considerably more enjoyable, in its frustrating way,... More >>>