Unfairly passed over, according to our theater critic: Nicky Silver, Finn Wittrock.
Leap feels like the not-awful, not-wonderful product of a long series of compromises.
The gags all unfold at half speed, as if forestalling mortality.
A gentle approach where ferocity might do better.
And no potter's wheel: Sorry, purists!
It's firing on all cylinders.
The Three Sisters, In Masks Outrageous and Austere, and Poor Baby Bree.
Abandon all pieties, ye preening progressives (white or black) who enter here.
A marvelously executed, deceptively straightforward bit of comic roughhouse.
4000 Miles, Elephant Room, The Taming of the Shrew and Being Shakespeare
Should you keep your distance?
Not getting happy.
Regrets and Pipe Dream.
It’s harder to fake than you’d think.
Aside from the two Jesuses on Broadway, that is.
"I often wondered whether someone was pulling my leg."
Plus: Reviews of Lifeline and That Beautiful Laugh.
Tales of secret societies and class wars.
Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and Andrew Garfield.
Tribes, An Iliad, and more.
And the rest of the weekend roundup.
F. Murray Abraham defies the pope.
Including that Bruno Mars thing at La MaMa.
Rinde Eckert, Paula Vogel, and (a fictionalized) Jayson Blair.
"Everything you’d expect it to be, only more so."