- July 26, 1999 | Theater Review
- The Daze After
Robert Wilson's "The Days Before" is smug, pretentious, and, worst of all, boring.
- May 31, 1999 | Theater Review
- Bower Play
The interwoven monologues of Conor McPherson's early work blow his "The Weir" (and rival Martin McDonagh) off the stage.
- April 24, 2000 | Theater Review
- "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan"
Arthur Miller rides (bumpily) again.
- May 23, 2004 | Theater Review
- In Brief: Tennessee Williams's Spring Storm
Tennessee Williams’s early and immature Spring Storm is best as a game for Williams fans: How many names, characters, situations, and devices of his later plays can you identify here?
- December 9, 2002 | Theater Review
- Small Ben
Richard Nelson's portrait of Benedict Arnold is short on character; Encores! celebrates a glorious decade.
- November 1, 1999 | Theater Review
- "Look Back in Anger"
- April 19, 2004 | Theater Review
- Sleeping Beauty
Broadway’s spring awakening comes in the form of a finely observed drama about a ballet master and the mysterious couple who visit.
- February 8, 1999 | Theater Review
- "The Iphigenia Cycle"
- May 31, 2004 | Theater Review
- In Brief: Tony Kushner's Homebody/Kabul
sometimes wonder whether Tony Kushner’s greatest talent isn’t for marketing.
- April 3, 2000 | Theater Review
- Three-Quarter Moon
In "A Moon for the Misbegotten," a trio of great actors reveal the searing power of O'Neill's last play (even if one of them is somewhat miscast).