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A new play examines the aftermath of the AIDS crisis
Love, war, and feisty women in two new comedies
Two plays make introductions
Manhattan Theatre Club mounts Ibsen's rarely staged 1882 play
This time, the Public does Sondheim in the Park
Into The Woods--the 1986 Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine show about fairy tale characters coming together and learning lessons--is being done in the woods of Central Park in a gimmicky but vigorous production directed by Timothy Sheader with codirection by Liam Steel. The show has always basically be ... More >>
Party in the park
The Australian star gives New York the ol' song-and-dance. And aboriginals.
Whether new plays or revivals, Broadway shows seem to be singing familiar tunes
Barabas gets his revenge in a rollicking new production
A pair of non-English English plays forge into Broadway's deep waters
Greenberg deconstructs an elegant past; Son dismantles a shattering present
Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire's world reveals an unexpected alternate universe inside
Competence, not inspiration, drives Broadway's musical version of The Color Purple
Greenberg's Girl bears an amazing resemblance to summer-stock romances of the '50s
Aiming for style, director Mark Lamos can almost convince you that it equals substance
Shanley's Doubt builds suspense out of the best material available: Fair-mindedness
How do you make an old play look brand-new? Merely heighten the oldness with boldness.
The famous librettist, sans Sullivan, is most engaging with a play that's so old it's new again