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TWO-FACED, AT THE LEAST
THE CONSTANT COUPLE
at (Pearl Theatre Company) 80 St. Marks Place

TWO-FACED, AT THE LEAST

The Constant Couple, a neglected George Farquhar gem, offers keen, catty observations on Restoration mores.

Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald READ MORE
A TYPICAL AMERICAN SUCCESS STORY?
THE FARNSWORTH INVENTION
at the Music Box

A TYPICAL AMERICAN SUCCESS STORY?

Who actually invented television? Aaron Sorkin's The Farnsworth Invention tries to make sense of the David vs. Goliath backstory of that fateful discovery.

Reviewed by: Matt Windman READ MORE
HAPPY COINCIDENCES
CYMBELINE
at the Vivian Beaumont Theater

HAPPY COINCIDENCES

One of the Bard's less popular plays, Cymbeline is given a sumptuous, clean production under the artful direction of Mark Lamos.

Reviewed by: Matt Windman READ MORE
ALL IN THE FAMILY
AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY
at the Imperial Theatre

ALL IN THE FAMILY

Tracy Letts has written a doozy of a play-August: Osage County. This is a dark comedy about one large dysfunctional family. Attention must be paid.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
LOVE DEFINED
QUEENS BOULEVARD(THE MUSICAL)
at the Peter Norton Space

LOVE DEFINED

Queens Boulevard (the musical) is a microcosmic Our Town -a couple's commitment to the institution of marriage is put to the test in playwright Charles Mee's work.

Reviewed by: Adam R. Perlman READ MORE
TONIGHT, TONIGHT
BARBARA COOK
at Avery Fisher Hall

TONIGHT, TONIGHT

(Please bear with us while we sort out formatting problems that have left us with an overload of italics)

Eighty years young, Barbara Cook still has that magnificent voice...and she proved it once again...this time mesmerizing and thrilling her fans at her concert(s) at Avery Fisher Hall.

Reviewed by: Mervyn Rothstein READ MORE
HUMAN FRAILITIES
THE PIANO TEACHER
at the Vineyard Theatre

HUMAN FRAILITIES

There's more to The Piano Teacher than just sharps and flats. In this seemingly innocent tale of a piano teacher who searches out her former students, the past collides with the present in some disturbing ways.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
A CONFUSION OF REALMS
HAMLET
at the Public Theater

A CONFUSION OF REALMS

What strange beast walking is this Wooster Group's Hamlet? Neither fish nor foul-as the cast valiantly re-enacts the 1964 Richard Burton stage Hamlet, unspooling in the background.

Reviewed by: Matt Windman READ MORE
LISTEN TO THE WARM
MAKE ME A SONG-THE MUSIC OF WILLIAM FINN
at New World Stages

LISTEN TO THE WARM

Make Me a Song, a compilation of the songs of William Finn, points out once again that he's a composer of brainy lyrics and bright melodies.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
HERE'S MUD IN YOUR EYE
THE GLORIOUS ONES
at the Mitzi Newhouse Theatre

HERE'S MUD IN YOUR EYE

The Glorious Ones-well not exactly. The new Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flatery tuner doesn't quite live up to its title. This musical tale of the evolution of Seventeen- century street comedy into a more controlled type of mayhem is mostly flat-a pie in the face without the pie.

Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald READ MORE
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