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SOMETHING LESS THAN A MIRACLE
THE MIRACLE WORKER
at Circle in the Square

SOMETHING LESS THAN A MIRACLE

This production falls short of the glory the play has amassed in previous years.

Reviewed by: ROBERT CASHILL READ MORE
WHERE REVENGE IS SWEET, RECONCILIATION IS EVEN SWEETER
THE TEMPEST
at BAM

WHERE REVENGE IS SWEET, RECONCILIATION IS EVEN SWEETER

The Bridge Project draws on all the uses of enchantment.

Reviewed by: SANDY MACDONALD READ MORE
COMEDY OVER TRAGEDY
MEASURE FOR MEASURE
at the Duke

COMEDY OVER TRAGEDY

One of Shakespeare’s grimmer plays gets a weirdly jolly shaking-up.

Reviewed by: SANDY MACDONALD READ MORE
HAMMING IT UP
PRESENT LAUGHTER
at the American Airlines Theatre

HAMMING IT UP

A funny and well-rounded period piece, with a central role perfectly tailored for Victor Garber to return to the stage.

Reviewed by: BILL STEVENSON READ MORE
THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT ROSALIND
AS YOU LIKE IT
at Brooklyn Academy of Music(The Harvey Theatre)

THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT ROSALIND

The Bridge Project version goes light on the likeable, favoring the dark side.

Reviewed by: SANDY MACDONALD READ MORE
WAR ZONES ARE NOT ONLY FOR BATTLEFIELDS
TIME STANDS STILL
at Manhattan Theatre Club’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

WAR ZONES ARE NOT ONLY FOR BATTLEFIELDS

Despite some shortcomings in the plot, Donald Margulies delivers a heartfelt, engaging piece set with the backdrop of the Iraq War.

Reviewed by: BILL STEVENSON READ MORE
BLAH BLAH... THE PLAY
RACE
at the Barrymore Theatre

BLAH BLAH... THE PLAY

Mamet has offered up a tame play with a provocative title. Shouldn't it be the other way around?

Reviewed by: MATT WOLF READ MORE
FAITHFUL IN THEIR FASHION
BRIEF ENCOUNTER
at St. Ann’s Warehouse

FAITHFUL IN THEIR FASHION

More homage than mockery, Kneehigh’s all-singing, all-dancing, semi-ironic tribute to a classic weepie serves to underscore its abiding humanity.

Reviewed by: SANDY MACDONALD READ MORE
AREN'T THEY A PAIR
A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
at the Walter Kerr Theatre

AREN'T THEY A PAIR

Stephen Sondheim's luscious score enhances this revival. And director Trevor Nunn has made sure that the performers act the songs, and not just sing them.

Reviewed by: PETER FILICHIA READ MORE
LOVE CONQUERS ALL
LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST
at Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, Pace University

LOVE CONQUERS ALL

Young British up-and-comers ace Shakespeare’s output from his own salad days. 

Reviewed by: SANDY MACDONALD READ MORE
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