Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon alternate lead roles in this sturdy revival.
The tender, fanciful story is turned into a complete train wreck.
The characters are two-dimensional, but the singing is through the roof.
Yaël Farber’s radical reinterpretation sees Salomé as a proto-feminist revolutionary.
David Tenant is somewhat miscast as the most prolific lover in the world.
Despite the skill of the production, this odd tale never makes us care very much.
All the way down to the costumes, this production does everything right.