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A MERE TRIFLE
IS HE DEAD?
A MERE TRIFLE

Is He Dead? should better have stayed undisturbed. The plot reads like a series of rejected comedy sketches.

Reviewed by: Jessica Branch READ MORE
UNSEEN FORCES
BECKETT SHORTS
at the New York Theatre Workshop

UNSEEN FORCES

Beckett Shorts is a high-art quartet of the playwright's short pieces. The production is tied to Mikhail Baryshnikov grace and presence.

Reviewed by: Robert Cashill READ MORE
BLOOD SIMPLE
SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET
at movie houses across the country

BLOOD SIMPLE

This is a Sweeney Todd, informed by a strong central vision, that is more Tim Burton than Stephen Sondheim. Attend this tale with that fact in mind.

Reviewed by: Robert Cashill READ MORE
ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY...NOT
THE HOMECOMING
at the Cort Theatre

ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY...NOT

In this violent and slaughter-filled world, Harold Pinter's The Homecoming still has the power to shock

Reviewed by: Mervyn Rothstein READ MORE
THE DEVIL I SAY
THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE
at the Irish Repertory Theatre

THE DEVIL I SAY

When it comes to this production of George Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple, a handful of compelling performances can't salvage a superannuated play.

Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald READ MORE
AFTER YOU'RE GONE, YOU'RE WORTH MORE
IS HE DEAD?
at the Lyceum Theatre

AFTER YOU'RE GONE, YOU'RE WORTH MORE

It's hard to say where Mark Twain leaves off and play adapter David Ives begins- but Is He Dead? has modern audiences rolling in the aisles

Reviewed by: Robert Cashill READ MORE
STUMBLING DOWN MEMORY LANE
DORIS TO DARLENE, A CAUTIONARY VALENTINE
at Playwrights Horizons

STUMBLING DOWN MEMORY LANE

There's a germ of an original play in playwright Jordan Harrison's Doris to Darlene. Only it's buried in the same old same old.

Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald READ MORE
PLAYING A ROLE
YELLOW FACE
at the Public Theater

PLAYING A ROLE

David Henry Hwang's Yellow Face almost appears to be two separate plays. A funny first act backstage comedy morphs into a deadly serious second act all about politics and an international banking scandal.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
DEPTH CHARGES
OH, THE HUMANITY AND OTHER EXCLAMATIONS
at the Flea Theater

DEPTH CHARGES

There's surprising depth in these brief snapshots of every day life offered up by Will Eno

Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald READ MORE
BLIND FAITH
THE SEAFARER
at the Booth

BLIND FAITH

The plot of Conor McPherson's The Seafarer may center on a cardgame with the devil, but it's the tried and true Irish characters and some memorable performances that make the play a transporting experience.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
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