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Theater Reviews Archive

April 4, 2011
With Jesus on Their Side

The Book of Mormon resurrects the balls-out Broadway musical.

August 25, 2003
Some of That Jazz

She may not offer much in the singing and dancing departments, but Melanie Griffith does inject a certain breathy star power into Chicago.

August 2, 1999
"Chicago"
October 29, 2001
Greek to Me

Mamma Mia!
Metamorphoses

November 21, 2005
Raucous in Secaucus

Jersey Boys, the musical about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, is surprisingly satisfying. You got a problem with that?

November 10, 2003
Ding-Dong

Wicked tells the backstory of the witches of Oz, but it’s lifeless; Golda’s Balcony is the perfect merging of playwright, actress, and character.

April 16, 2012
Don’t Cry for Them

As two revivals arrive on Broadway, a critic revisits Lloyd Webber and Rice.

October 31, 2011
O Brother

The Ethan Coen–Woody Allen–Elaine May triptych Relatively Speaking nearly drowns in its own shtick.

February 7, 2011
A Weirder Tennessee

Williams’s late work gets a new shake on his 100th birthday.

September 14, 2010
A Too-Delicate Balance

Me, Myself & I is classic Albee—until, just when it needs to turn most vicious, the play runs out of bile.

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