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A CHILL IN THE AIR
WINTUK
at WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden

A CHILL IN THE AIR

Wintuk, Cirque du Soleil's latest, may well entertain the kids, but adults will find it less than charming. And what's with the $15 programs?

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
MASS CONFUSION
THE RUNNER STUMBLES
at the Beckett Theater

MASS CONFUSION

Recent revelations in the Catholic Church may have lessened the shock value of The Runner Stumbles, but there's still something to be said for exploring the inner turmoil of a man of faith rocked to his core by doubt and desire

Reviewed by: David Lefkowitz READ MORE
A CINCH IN TIME
NONE OF THE ABOVE
at the Lion Theatre

A CINCH IN TIME

Jenny Lyn Bader's None of the Above could easily slide in to a slot on the small screen. So what's it doing on stage in the first place?

Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald READ MORE
TAKING ON SONGS, NOT VILLAINS
AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH LYNDA CARTER
at Feinstein's at Loew's Regency

TAKING ON SONGS, NOT VILLAINS

No cartoon super hero( Wonder Woman), is Lynda Carter, making her New York cabaret debut at Feinstein's at Loew's Regency. But a flesh and blood singer who reveals a studied and engaging way with a song.

Reviewed by: Robert L. Daniels READ MORE
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
SPAIN
at the Lucille Lortel Theatre

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

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Is Barbara dreaming or will she really exact revenge on her philandering husband? That's the interesting scenario acted out in Jim Knable's Spain. This may not be a play for the ages, but it's certainly different.

Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald READ MORE
THE BANALITY OF EVIL
THE RECEPTIONIST
at City Center Stage

THE BANALITY OF EVIL

Even the most ordinary office can be the scene of ruthless brutality. At least that 's what Adam Bock seems to be implying in The Receptionist

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
WHAT HE DID FOR LOVE
CYRANO DE BERGERAC
at the Richard Rodgers Theatre

WHAT HE DID FOR LOVE

Kevin Kline has chosen a subdued approach to his playing of Cyrano De Bergerac. The bigness is all in the nose, not in the fierce, forceful arc of his performance.

Reviewed by: Robert Cashill READ MORE
RIM SHOTS, BUT NO STORY
MY MOTHER'S ITALIAN, MY FATHER'S JEWISH AND I'M IN THERAPY
at the Westside Theater

RIM SHOTS, BUT NO STORY

Everyone has a story to tell- and told well, we'll take the time to listen to it. Unfortunately, Steve Solomon's My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm in Therapy doesn't pass the test. We keep waiting for the jokes to lead to something bigger. But they're just jokes.

Reviewed by: David Lefkowitz READ MORE
I AM WOMAN, HEAR ME...
A FEMININE ENDING
at Playwrights Horizons

I AM WOMAN, HEAR ME...

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Reality takes a beating in Sarah Treems A Feminine Ending. Her script is so self-congratulatory, it ought to be highlighted.

Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald READ MORE
THOSE WERE THE DAYS
THE SUNSHINE BOYS
at the George Street Playhouse (New Brunswick, N.J)

THOSE WERE THE DAYS

Point a finger at Jack Klugman and Paul Dooley for making this revival of Neil Simon's The Sunshine Boys a laugh riot. The old shtick still works.

Reviewed by: Robert L. Daniels READ MORE
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