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John Simon

September 22, 2003 | Theater Review
In Brief: Matt & Ben

John Simon reviews Matt & Ben.

September 15, 2003 | Theater Review
Hearts and Letters

Dalton Trumbo’s words inspire his son to create a moving portrait of courage; The Thing About Men is a felicitous blend of musical and farce.

August 18, 2003 | Theater Review
Plathitudes

A rehash of Sylvia’s Plath’s life, Edge doesn’t have any; a revue featuring the songs of a risqué chanteuse, on the other hand, has both edge and life.

August 11, 2003 | Theater Review
The Twain Meet

A charming revival of Big River mixes hearing and deaf actors performing together; Avenue Q reinvents Sesame Street as adult entertainment.

July 28, 2003 | Theater Review
Guerre Is Hell

Henry V in Central Park has the usual Shakespeare Festival excesses and foolishness—along with a few decent performances.

July 14, 2003 | Theater Review
In Brief: The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci

John Simon reviews The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci and Eight Days (Backwards).

June 30, 2003 | Theater Review
Specters

Ingmar Bergman bids farewell to the theater with Ibsen’s haunting modern classic; Ellen McLaughlin makes Aeschylus seem contemporary.

June 23, 2003 | Theater Review
In the Red

Jules Feiffer looks at the child of communists as she approaches adulthood in the fifties, but it’s hard to tell what he sees. Intrigue With Faye isn’t very . . . intriguing.

June 16, 2003 | Theater Review
Southern Comforts

An unlikely sexual roundelay in the south of France provides the frisson of Marsha Norman’s Last Dance; for Douglas Carter Beane’s Mondo Drama, more is clearly less.

June 9, 2003 | Theater Review
Dance With Me

In “Master Harold” . . . and the boys, Athol Fugard turns a fox-trot into a haunting allegory of racial equality; Humble Boy has bees in its stylish bonnet.

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