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February 8, 1999
"Little by Little"
February 8, 1999
No Exit

The drug-addicted losers at the center of Lee MacDougall's remarkably perceptive "High Life" are tragicomic figures who turn out to be not all that different from us.

February 1, 1999
Faux Fosse

"Fosse" is a staggering mess, a clumsy tribute to a brilliant choreographer that falls flat on its face.

February 1, 1999
"The Captain's Tiger" Has No Bite
January 25, 1999
Poetry in Motion

Boldly defying an insurmountable language barrier, bam imports two of Racine's masterpieces, "Phèdre" and "Britannicus," to America.

January 25, 1999
"Far East"
January 11, 1999
Tedious Tidbits

Bite-size but toothless, plays like "Freedomland" and "The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told" prove that good things don't always come in small packages.

January 4, 1999
"Stop Kiss" and "Bosoms and Neglect"
January 4, 1999
Too Blue

Hare's adaptation tries too hard to be blue. Problem is, this bare Kidman is barely Schnitzler.

January 4, 1999
Trial and Eros

"Parade" is a somber musical that works.

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