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March 30, 1998
Sweet and Sour

Dancing despite the Nazis, the tawdry chorines of "Cabaret" provide a bracing alternative to "The Sound of Music"'s sugarcoated Trapps.

March 23, 1998
Highland High Jinx

In the Public Theater's misbegotten production of "Macbeth," Alec Baldwin plays the overambitious thane like a slick Wall Street operator.

March 16, 1998
Art Attack

"Art" cunningly eviscerates the highfalutin hypocrisy of modern painting.

March 16, 1998
In Brief: "A Flea in Her Ear"

"A Flea in Her Ear" is part bedroom farce, part comedy of manners.

March 9, 1998
In Brief: The Maiden's Prayer
March 9, 1998
Schmucks and Queens

"Mizlansky/Zilinsky" is a fun and frisky ride over a lot of potholes.

March 2, 1998
Super Freak

John Leguizamo's spiky new play is a madcap monologue masquerading as biography.

February 23, 1998
Raze the Titanic

"Scotland Road" is a chilling mystery that ponders life on an iceberg.

February 23, 1998
Rapid-Fire and Ice

"Gun-Shy" is a smoking comedy about life after a quirky divorce.

February 16, 1998
Troubled Waters

In "The Capeman," Paul Simon proves he doesn’t know his salsa from his salsify; the only surprising thing about Mark Ravenhill's "Shopping & Fucking" is the title.

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