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   Features  >  New York Theater Archives
TRUE COLORS
THE YEAR OF MAGICAL THINKING
at the Booth, New York

TRUE COLORS

Joan Didion turns her memoir into a one-woman show, starring Vanessa Redgrave.

Reviewed by: Roger B. Harris READ MORE
SING FOR YOUR SUPPER
FACE THE MUSIC
at the City Center, New York

SING FOR YOUR SUPPER

Face the Music is the second production this season in Encores!...

Reviewed by: Mervyn Rothstein READ MORE
A TRAGEDY IN THE HOUSE
OUR LEADING LADY
at the Manhattan Theatre Club, New York

A TRAGEDY IN THE HOUSE

John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Abraham Lincoln, but more than 140 years later playwright Charles Busch...

Reviewed by: Robert Cashill READ MORE
 MEN WILL BE...(WO)MEN?
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW AND TWELFTH NIGHT
at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York

MEN WILL BE...(WO)MEN?

Edward Hall is a strange director: He interprets Shakespeare's comedies as if they were...

Reviewed by: Drew Pisarra READ MORE
THE SINGING DETECTIVE
CURTAINS
at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre, New York

THE SINGING DETECTIVE

Curtains is not a meta-musical comedy, both celebrating and lampooning its form...

Reviewed by: Robert Simonson READ MORE
STEELTOWN BLUES
KING HEDLEY II
at Peter Norton Space

STEELTOWN BLUES

The urgency director Derrick Sanders imbues his cast with gives Hedley an emotional punch...

Reviewed by: Stuart Miller READ MORE
 F00L ON THE HILL
KING LEAR
at the Public , New York

F00L ON THE HILL

King Lear, Shakespeare's vastest, complex and most savage tragedy...

Reviewed by: Robert L. Daniels READ MORE
NOT CRAZY ENOUGH
THE JEW OF MALTA
at The Duke at 42nd St., New York

NOT CRAZY ENOUGH

Pity Christopher Marlowe's poor Jew of Malta doomed to play evil twin to The Merchant of Venice.

Reviewed by: Jessica Branch READ MORE
AMAZING JUDY
JUDY COLLINS AT THE CAFE CARLYLE
AMAZING JUDY

Isn't it rich, Judy Collins at the Cafe...

Reviewed by: Roger B. Harris READ MORE
Speak, Memory
FOLLIES
at the City Center, New York

Speak, Memory

The strongest vision from this season's all-too-brief revival of Follies?...

Reviewed by: Mervyn Rothstein READ MORE
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