NEW YORK--Already one of the theater's most mesmerizing solo performers, John Leguizamo takes a major step forward as a writer of his own material with "Spic-O-Rama," his latest foray into urban…
Second produced attempt at mounting a sequel to the 1977 B'way smash musical "Annie" has reached Los Angeles on its long and rather convoluted journey to the Great White Way. Unlike its immediate…
Reviewed Oct. 23, 1992.
There's much to inspire ado in this sumptuous, animated, up-to-the-minute production showing how fresh and pertinent a centuries-old comedy can be.
Chicago theater actor Tom Amandes will portray Eliot Ness in Paramount's firstrun syndie revival of "The Untouchables," which will debut in January with a two-hour season premiere and 16 one-hour…
David Mamet's "Oleanna" looks like a cautionary tale about political correctness gone wild. But it's Mamet who has gone wild, with a tense, condensed play that exploits the war raging on campuses…
Wendy Wasserstein may have written her most technically accomplished play yet, but all its considerable joking aside, "The Sisters Rosensweig" is a stunningly mean-spirited affair. A host of witty…
We know something significant has changed when Ned Weeks mourns, "The war is lost and I'd give anything to get angry again." Ned has raged against the onset of AIDS and the search for a cure with…
South Coast Repertory presents a play by Anthony Clarvoe. Directed by Michael Bloom. Scenic design, John Iacovelli; costume design, Dwight Richard Odle; lighting design, Brian Gale. Reviewed Sept…
Reviewed Oct. 12, 1992.