New York Theatre Reviews Archive

Browse through our New York Theatre Guide Reviews Archive, where our thoughts on both past Broadway and off-Broadway shows alike have now been immortalized.

  • A Body Of Water
    What the press had to say..... "This sputtering drama about a man and a woman who wake up one day with matching cases of amnesia is ultimately so, er, forgettable that its resolution ceases to be a...
  • A Boy and his Soul
    "Domingo is a blazingly charismatic performer." & "The writing can be scattered, but it bubbles along amiably"Charles IsherwoodNew York Times "Domingo, ...., is commanding and endearing"Joe...
  • A BRITISH SUBJECT
    Review by Tulis McCall 13 Dec 2009 This is one of those shows that you should see because it will make you uncomfortable, which is also the reason you might not go see it. In 1988 Mirza Tahir Hussain...
  • A Bronx Tale
    Review by Barbara Mehlman and Geri ManusClippings from the press A Review by Barbara Mehlman and Geri Manus. Once upon a time there was stickball in the "gudda," Johnny-on-the-pony, ringolevio, and...
  • A Bronx Tale - The Musical
    Longacre Theatre
    It is the rare Broadway show that leaves its audience disturbed by gun violence and racial slurs even as they go happily humming doo-wop on their way out of the theater. And indeed it is the rare...
  • A Catered Affair
    Paddy Chayefsky is not exactly a household name to today's generation of theatergoers. But those of us of a certain age, however, remember him for his powerful dramas written for live -- yes, live...
  • A Child's Christmas in Wales
    Review by Tulis McCall (13 Dec 2010) I like my Dylan Thomas straight up, not shaken or stirred, with a twist, perhaps, depending on the weather; but straight, anyway. So I was looking forward to this...
  • A Child's Christmas in Wales
    "High on sentiment and low on surprise." & "more interested in innocence than introspection, and in a Christmas season unusually ripe for escapism, who can blame an audience for appreciating the...
  • A Chorus Line
      Music by: Marvin HamlischLyrics by: Edward KlebanBook by: James Kirkwood and Nicholas DanteConceived by: Michael BennettDirected by:Bob AvianCast: Ken Alan (Bobby), Brad Anderson (Don), Michael...
  • A Christmas Carol
    What the popular press said... "Done in traditional mid-19th-century costumes. ... this Scrooge’s 21st-century-worthy sarcasm wraps comfortably around the shoulders of Peter Bradbury, who seems...

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