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 Clockwork Orange
    A Clockwork Orange
    New World Stages
    In Alexandra Spencer-Jones's intense and erotic production of A Clockwork Orange we are catapulted into the world of Alex and his droogs and their insatiable appetite for everything violent. The...
  • A COOL DIP IN THE BARREN SAHARAN CRICK
    Review by Tulis McCall 25 Mar 2010 Well, this wasn’t dreadful. It was confusing as a box of worms though. In brief – this is the story of an Ethiopian man, Abebe (Willilam Jackson Harper) who is...
  • A Delicate Balance
    "As you would expect of these highly accomplished, multi-award-winning cast members, none of them are bad. But they’re giving us the play, instead of living it."Ben Brantley for New York Times "Leave...
  • A Delicate Ship
    Review by Tulis McCall 28 August 2015 I am a big fan of Playwrights Realm. They are specific. They produce one or two plays a year and focus on the depth of their support to early-career (not...
  • A Doll's House, Part 2
    Golden Theatre
    Here’s a timesaver for you. Stop reading this, just for a few minutes, go directly to the phone or whatever ticket site you prefer and get tickets to this play. A Doll’s House, Part 2 is the last of...
  • A Fable
    Review by Tulis McCall A Fable begins with Luke – a/k/a Lucifer – (Gordon Joseph Weiss) telling us that he is about to conjure up a story – Time for yet another worthless, muddled life, to pop...
  • A Free Man of Color
    "It remains seriously overweight. And there doesn’t seem to be even a fully articulated skeleton beneath its opulent bulk."Ben Brantley for New York Times "A spectacular folly has just crash."...
  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City
    Review by Margret Echeverria 8 June 2016 Just minutes after being bowled over by the smell of gym socks in the Lucille Lortel Theatre lobby, two bits of genius knocked me out while watching A Funny...
  • A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder
    Review by Tulis McCall 23 November 2013 This is a nearly perfect show. It sets out to be a confection of light entertainment and achieves that goal in every way possible. Mind you, this is not my...
  • A Kid Like Jake
    "Smart, fluent drama."Charles Isherwood for New York Times "Thoughtful but overstuffed drama."Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News "Polished new dramedy."Elisabeth Vincentelli for New York Post...

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