"Olive and the Bitter Herbs" finds scribe Charles Busch in teddy-bear drag, dispensing warmth and compassion to a character who isn't worth the cuddles.
Bartlett Sher and his Broadway design team have come with an all-purpose production for that Rossini rarity "Le Comte Ory," being given its company premiere.
Debuting helmer Sanjeewa Pushpakumara wants to give "Flying Fish" a narrative despite having little sense of how to construct one story, let alone three.
One of the funniest details of Randy Olson's funny "Sizzle" is that a film designed to convince that global warming is a present danger may do precisely the opposite.
Calling it Chekhovian may be going to extremes, but this lovely, scaled-down version of "Carousel" invests an aura of naturalism into the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic.
"Dejate caer" has little except the wit, warmth and believability of its characters to recommend it -- but there's more than enough of that to keep pic dancing.
An exquisite ode to a working-class hero, "Cinderella Man" takes the almost impossibly perfect elements of the saga of underdog boxer James J. Braddock and fills it with emotional gravitas, wrenching…
This article was corrected on March 12, 2001. A black comedy about the search for three stolen coins, "Chain of Fools" is uneven but shows signs of promise. Helped by an ace American cast, the…