Alphabetical Reviews
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1
A Bad Friend
Jules Feiffer's nostalgia for a time when a cause could be larger than self., by Nina daVinci Nichols on July 10
2
A Bed And A Chair: A New York Love Affair
James Goldman’s device of shadowing each main character with a younger self, A Stephen Sondheim/Wynton Marsalis collaboration which does not pan out., by Joel Benjamin on Nov. 26
3
A Behanding In Spokane
Charismatic Christopher Walken continues Martin McDonagh’s winning streak on Broadway, by Joel Benjamin on Mar. 13
4
A Body Of Water
Christine Lahti returns to the New York stage for the first time since 1990 in a play abstract enough to be frustrating, by Victor Gluck on Oct. 19
5
A Brush With Georgia O’Keefe
Churns up a lot of interesting stories and important matter but doesn’t quite coalesce into a vital portrait of the celebrated American artist. , by Deirdre Donovan on July 14
6
A Cable From Gibraltar
He and She meet as newborns, thirty years later as sophisticates, sixty years after on a battle field. The arc of life.Or is it?, by Eugene Paul on Feb. 16
7
A Catered Affair
Musical adaptation of Chayefsky teleplay, with Faith Prince, Tom Wopat & Harvey Fierstein, attempts something different, by Victor Gluck on Apr. 29
8
A Celebration Of Julie Harris
Love and devotion was in the air at this warm-hearted tribute to the Queen of Broadway. , by Joel Benjamin on Dec. 5
9
A Charity Case
an interesting but unsuccessful stab at examining the emotional scars of an adoptee searching for her birth mother, by Joel Benjamin on Nov. 10
10
A Child's Guide To Innocence
A sweetly detailed, if only occasionally involving, memory play by Vincent Sessa., by Simon Saltzman on July 13
11
A Christmas Carol (Blessed Unrest Production)
The social evils of Victorian England are entertainingly presented in this re-animation of a holiday classic., by Joel Benjamin on Dec. 9
12
A Christmas Carol (Theatre At St. Clement’S)
A new adaptation of the classic holiday tale succeeds by taking Dickens seriously., by Eric Grunin on Dec. 12
13
A Christmas Story: The Musical
A delicious family and friends show. Don’t wait to find the tickets under the tree, find them now., by Eugene Paul on Nov. 29
14
A Civil War Christmas
Paula Vogel’s heavily researched musical celebration recreating Washington, D.C., on Christmas Eve, 1864, is more impressive than moving. , by Victor Gluck on Dec. 10
15
A Comedy Of Errors
Delightfully accessible update of Shakespeare’s lightest comedy has Hamish Linklater and Jesse Tyler Ferguson playing two sets of twins each. , by Victor Gluck on June 24
16
A Conversation With Cherry Jones
Cherry is like good wine - she gets better as she ages, by Susan Feinberg on Jan. 18
17
A Conversation With Kelly Stuart, Playwright, "The Life Of Spiders", Culture Project, March 19Th Thru April 11Th
The spider's creation of silk for it's web, is akin to art, or love. It comes of it's own will, it can be coaxed but not demanded., by Janet Appel on Mar. 12
18
A Dance For Rylie
Sweetness and sadness vie in this tender musical about AIDS, same-sex marriage and devotion., by Joel Benjamin on June 11
19
A Date With Liberace
The singer/comedienne/concert pianist/drag diva takes the audience on a perfectly-tuned journey through Liberace's life, , by Tim Steffen on Mar. 28
20
A Disaster Begins
Veanne Cox stars in Ain Gordon’s fresh and unvarnished account of the Galveston Flood of 1900., by Deirdre Donovan on Oct. 19
21
A Dolls House
Bated Breath Theatre has fashioned a version of the classic that deserves admiration and acknowledgment, by Loria Parker on June 14
22
A Dolphin Up A Tree!
Alakasam, What Can It Be? A Dolphin Up A Tree!, by Tim Steffen on Apr. 4
23
A Fable
A shrill self-indulgent satirical fantasia that explores the meaning of life through classic theatrical forms including the Brechtian. , by Darryl Reilly on June 1
24
A Feminine Ending
Fresh, original bittersweet romantic comedy with a message about modern gender roles uses music to make its point., by Victor Gluck on Oct. 19
25
A Fine And Private Place
The York Theatre Company prides itself on developing new musicals and preserving notable shows from the past. Why they put on this show is baffling., by Tuomas Hil on May 7
26
A Free Man Of Color
New John Guare play gives Jeffrey Wright meaty role as an 1801 New Orleans Don Juan at a historical crossroads, by Victor Gluck on Nov. 30
27
A Gentleman's Guide To Love & Murder
Charming and entertaining new musical from the same material as “Kind Hearts and Coronets” in British music hall style., by Victor Gluck on Dec. 12
28
A Hard Heart
Kathleen Chalfant stars in long-winded 1992 political allegory by Howard Barker that has renewed contemporary relevance , by Victor Gluck on Nov. 12
29
A Jew Grows In Brooklyn
Ehrenreich’s touching and poignant one-man homage to his childhood and his Jewish heritage is delightfully irresistible. , by Kerrie Smith on July 5
30
A Lie Of The Mind
… extravagantly brutal yet grandly visceral and unsettling play. , by Simon Saltzman on Feb. 17

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