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THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE
A TALE OF TWO CITIES
at the Hirschfeld

THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE

It's no Les Miz. But A Tale of Two Cities has some very moving moments. And a first-rate star in James Barbour.

Reviewed by: ANDY BUCK READ MORE
MANCHILD MELODY
13
at the Bernard B. Jacobs

MANCHILD MELODY

13 was a good idea: Having a show about thirteen year olds, performed by kids of that age or close to it. Too bad, the storytelling was so problematic..

Reviewed by: PATRICK LEE READ MORE
HANGING ON BY A THREAD
THE SEAGULL
at the Walter Kerr

HANGING ON BY A THREAD

Superb ensemble work brings Chekhov's characters to aching, fractious life

Reviewed by: SANDY MACDONALD READ MORE
DEATH COMES AS THE END
CLOSE TIES
at the Ensemble Studio Theatre

DEATH COMES AS THE END

As three generations confront the challenges of aging, loyalties are tested-including the audience's

Reviewed by: SANDY MACDONALD READ MORE
BLACK THOUGHTS
SMALL CRAFT WARNINGS
at the Workshop Theater Company (Main Stage)

BLACK THOUGHTS

Small Craft Warnings is not top shelf Tennessee Williams, but it's probably his best after 1961's The Night of the Iguana. To succeed, it needs actors who bring the capacity to surprise. For the most part, that's sorely lacking here.

Reviewed by: ANDY BUCK READ MORE
STATING THE OBVIOUS
ALIENS WITH EXTRAORDINARY SKILLS
at the Julia Miles

STATING THE OBVIOUS

Aliens with Extraordinary Skills seems to be saying that immigrants can have a tough time adapting. That thesis is too simplistic to be riveting. What is riveting is the performance of Jessica Pimentel.

Reviewed by: SANDY MACDONALD READ MORE
FAMILY VALUES
WIG OUT
at the Vineyard Theatre

FAMILY VALUES

Wig Out is a wildly theatrical celebration of a distinct brand of gender-bent performance. Call it a fascinating look at a particular kind of family system.

Reviewed by: PATRICK LEE READ MORE
SPURRED ON
EQUUS
at the Broadhurst Theatre

SPURRED ON

This revival of Peter Shaffer's 1973 blockbuster should be a big hit once again. The story is still spellbinding. And Daniel Radcliffe is utterly absorbing as Alan Strang.

Reviewed by: BILL STEVENSON READ MORE
OFT TIMES BETTER THAN THE ORIGINAL
FORBIDDEN BROADWAY GOES TO REHAB
at the 47th Street Theatre

OFT TIMES BETTER THAN THE ORIGINAL

The curtain's coming down on Gerard Alessandrin's long-running Off Broadway institution. That's why it's great to report that his latest: Forbidden Broadway Goes to Rehab is one of his strongest in years.

Reviewed by: BILL STEVENSON READ MORE
THERE'S A WORLD OUT THERE
A TALE OF TWO CITIES
at the Al Hirschfeld

THERE'S A WORLD OUT THERE

A Tale of Two Cities is not as bad as, shall we say, it could have been... There are a number of winning performances, chief among them James Barbour as Sydney Carleton.

Reviewed by: TRAVIS STEWART READ MORE
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