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John Simon

October 12, 1998 | Theater Review
Revival Instinct

Bad, in the case of John Guare's still-more-absurd-than-absurdist "Marco Polo Sings a Solo"; excellent, with regard to Betty Buckley's searing new "Gypsy."

October 5, 1998 | Theater Review
A Fare to Remember

Though a new "Streetcar" pulls in every ten minutes, Michael Wilson's virtuoso production at the Hartford Stage Company is the one worth chasing after.

October 5, 1998 | Theater Review
In Brief: "Art"
September 28, 1998 | Theater Review
Well Donne

Margaret Edson's "Wit" sets M.D. against Ph.D. in a duel to the death.

September 28, 1998 | Theater Review
In Brief: "Culture of Desire"
August 24, 1998 | Theater Review
Taking a Life

In Donald Margulies's fine but uneven "Collected Stories," an ambitious young novelist borrows from the biography of her aging mentor, forcing a showdown.

August 10, 1998 | Theater Review
In Brief: "An Evening With Jerry Herman"

"An Evening With Jerry Herman" is a tribute to a musical master.

August 10, 1998 | Theater Review
Tr@sh

Loaded with inane gadgets and gewgaws, "F@ust: Version 3.0" is like a descent into hell.

August 3, 1998 | Theater Review
Crocodile Tears

Theâtre de Complicité's attempt to adapt Bruno Schulz's poetic "Street of Crocodiles" is a flat-footed exercise in futility.

August 3, 1998 | Theater Review
Crocodile Tears

Theâtre de Complicité's attempt to adapt Bruno Schulz's poetic "Street of Crocodiles" is a flat-footed exercise in futility.

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