Passion" is a great, great show. Not just because Stephen Sondheim has finally approved the notion of love as more than a conjugating verb, though that is certainly the show's chief revelation.
Fred Graham/Laura Kenyon's no-nonsense Hattie gets the Goodspeed Opera House revival of Cole Porter's 1948 "Kiss Me, Kate" off to a buoyant start with a joyfully vigorous "Another Op'nin', Another…
If "Sally Marr ... and Her Escorts" enjoys any extended life at the box office -- and, who knows, stranger things have happened -- the reason will not be Sally Marr, whose sad, rowdy life has been…
There are fine performances by Mark Smith and the ensemble cast, as well as several poignant emotional moments, but the music, lyrics and book by Mark Savage are undistinguished in this generally…
Dan Butler's one-man play about gay life is sharp and compelling, cleanly slicing to the heart of his characters without excessive sentiment or melodrama.
Reviewed April 30, 1994; ran through May 1.
A Poster of the Cosmos
David Wilcox's boyish sensitivity appeals to the coffeehouse crowd who immerse themselves in his clever, poetic lyrics.
The final entry in the British Invasion of Broadway, 1994 edition, "The Rise and Fall of Little Voice" comes with an American sub-pedigree. The new production of Jim Cartwright's play, first staged…
Anemic, flat and static, Mary B. Robinson's staging of "Othello" gives us little to look at and less to listen to. Campbell Scott's Iago lacks brilliance of mind, Bruce A. Young's Othello lacks…