Greg Evans

Review: 'Texts for Nothing'


Having already scaled Samuel Beckett's masterpiece "Waiting for Godot," comic Bill Irwin sets his sights on considerably less lofty Beckett in the New York Shakespeare Festival production of "Texts…


Review: 'Salome'


Al Pacino's entrance in "Salome" is a garish onslaught of black and gold silk robes, oversize jewelry and facial make-up that can best be described as depraved. Pacino's over-the-top Herod is…

Review: 'Balancing Act'


NEW YORK--What little imagination there is in "Balancing Act," Dan Goggin's new musical comedy, can be found in the program's list of characters. The gimmick--five actors play different aspects of a…

Review: 'Man of la Mancha'


Even the makeshift lance toted around by the title character of "Man of La Mancha" looks to be weighing heavy these days. And why should it be any different from every other element in this revival?

Changes On The Way To The Forum


Madison Square Garden execs have been wooing talent agencies, courting producers and pitching promoters as they gear up for what could be a bout worthy of booking at the Arena: the Garden's new Forum…

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