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STEAM HEAT
THE RITZ
at Studio 54

STEAM HEAT

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The Ritz may be dated, The Ritz may be old news, but The Ritz is still very funny.

Reviewed by: Mervyn Rothstein READ MORE
BODY BEAUTIFUL
MARGARET CHO’S THE SENSUOUS WOMAN
at the Zipper Factory

BODY BEAUTIFUL

Margaret Cho is never one to do things half-way. Her new show, The Sensuous Woman is uproariously funny-guaranteed to offend all those who need to be offended. 'Nuff said.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
CLASSICAL GAS
THE MISANTHROPE
at the New York Theatre Workshop

CLASSICAL GAS

This is not your father's Misanthrope nor even yours, unless you have a strong grounding in the Moliere classic. If you do, you'll appreciate what director Ivo Van Hove's provocative style has done with the classic.

Reviewed by: Robert Cashill READ MORE
A STICKY SITUATION
MAURITIUS
at the Manhattan Theatre Club at the Biltmore Theatre

A STICKY SITUATION

Who knew stamp collecting could be so exciting? Theresa Rebeck's Mauritius finds several people extremely interested in possessing some stamps from a faraway place

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
A LADEN DOWN TABLE
THE DINING ROOM
at the Clurman Theatre

A LADEN DOWN TABLE

25 years ago, when A.R. Gurney wrote The Dining Room, the customs he portrayed were bordering on quaint. Today, those customs are positively antiquated.

Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald READ MORE
BUBBLE BURSTING
FORBIDDEN BROADWAY: RUDE AWAKENING
at the 47th Street Theatre

BUBBLE BURSTING

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25 years on, Gerard Alessandrini 's Forbidden Broadway-this version called Rude Awakening- is still popping the bubbles of musicals on the Great White Way. If this incarnation is somewhat tamer, put the blame (for the most part), on the musicals being skewered

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
THE HEALING TOUCH
100 SAINTS YOU SHOULD KNOW
at Playwrights Horizons, NY

THE HEALING TOUCH

Kate Foydor's 100 Saints You Should Know is a well-made, but ultimately,forgettable, drama. That said, there is a moment of theater, that is truly cathartic.

Reviewed by: Matt Windman READ MORE
A FEE SIMPLE?
DIVIDING THE ESTATE
at the 59E59 Theaters

A FEE SIMPLE?

Playwright Horton Foote is amazing: Here he is is 92-years young and instead of worrying about his own affairs of (e)state, he's conjured up Dividing the Estate, a richly detailed and absorbing work, smack dab about what its title implies.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
STUCK IN THE OOZE
SCARCITY
at the Atlantic Theater Company

STUCK IN THE OOZE

The Atlantic Theatre Company has an excellent track record for coming up with entertaining plays. But, not so this time, with Scarcity. The show appears to exist solely to shock (us)...

Reviewed by: Matt Windman READ MORE
IT'S A HARSH LIFE
THE POWER OF DARKNESS
at the Mint Theater

IT'S A HARSH LIFE

Leo Tolstoy's most acclaimed work, The Power of Darkness, comes across more overwrought than transporting, in this Mint Theater production. Relentless could be its mantra

Reviewed by: Robert Cashill READ MORE
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