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OUT IN THE COLD
THE SLUG BEARERS OF KAYROL ISLAND
at the Vineyard

OUT IN THE COLD

The Slug Bearers of Kayrol Island is one of the quirkiest, most offbeat shows in years. The title may be offputting , but the animated projections are cool.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
THE THREE SISTERS
CRIMES OF THE HEART
at the Laura Pels

THE THREE SISTERS

This revival of Beth Henley's Pulitzer -prize winning comedy has one problem. It's not funny-and that's because it begins where it should end. Nonetheless, it's still a serviceable vehicle under Kathleen Turner's direction.

Reviewed by: Jessica Branch READ MORE
THIS I BELIEVE
GRACE
at the MCC Theater at the Lucille Lortel

THIS I BELIEVE

True believer or atheist, Grace, with Lynn Redgrave, giving an impassioned performance, will have you believing -in the power of fine acting.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
LOW ESTEEM
APPLAUSE (CITY CENTER ENCORES!)
at the City Center

LOW ESTEEM

Not even the fabulous Christine Ebersole can save this Encores! presentation of Applause. When all is said and done, this seldom-seen musical proves to be second-rate

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
A DEAFENING SILENCE
APPLAUSE ( CITY CENTER ENCORES!)
at City Center,New York

A DEAFENING SILENCE

There's little hand clapping for the City Center Encores! Applause. For starters, leading lady Christine Ebersole, great as she is, lacks the requisite bitchiness, for the role of Margo Channing- think Lauren Bacall or Bette Davis.

Reviewed by: Mervyn Rothstein READ MORE
THERE'S ONE IN EVERY FAMILY
TWO THOUSAND YEARS
at the Acorn Theatre

THERE'S ONE IN EVERY FAMILY

As with most of Mike Leigh's work, Two Thousand Years is a truthful look at a British family. It's also that rare play that successfully mixes politics, religion and domestic infighting.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
BUSMAN'S HOLIDAY
IN BRUGES
at movie houses

BUSMAN'S HOLIDAY

In Bruges can't quite escape the feeling of being a second-hand knock-off Pulp Fiction. Much of the script seems calculated to shock.

Reviewed by: Robert Cashill READ MORE
REAL ESTATE MAMBO
HUNTING AND GATHERING
at Primary Stages at 59E59 Theaters

REAL ESTATE MAMBO

Hunting and Gathering doesn't have the most compelling of plots. It does ,however, have engaging characters, and they mostly make up for the lack of dramatic action

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
DEADLY
DEATHBED
at the McGinn/Cazale Theater (off-Bway)

DEADLY

Deathbed is one of those plays that piles short vignettes on each other like so-many TV clips. In this case, all centered on one theme...death.

Reviewed by: David Lefkowitz READ MORE
THE TALE BEHIND THE TAIL
THE LITTLE MERMAID
at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater

THE TALE BEHIND THE TAIL

This stage adaptation of Disney's The Little Mermaid falls all over the place. The cast may be talented but they're overshadowed by bad design, generic choreography and confusing direction

Reviewed by: Mark Blankenship READ MORE
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