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 View from the Bridge
    Review by Kathleen Campion 20 November 2015 The current production of A View From the Bridge at the Lyceum re-thinks and re-imagines one of Arthur Miller’s signature plays. If you can get a ticket...
  • A View from the Bridge
    What the popular press said... "Beautifully observed production."Ben Brantley for New York Times "Exceptionally well-acted, well-staged revival."Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News "Wickedly...
  • A Walk In The Woods
    Review by Tulis McCall 01 Oct 2014 A Walk In The Woods – the Keen Company’s season opening production – is absolutely splendid. Two diplomats in the world of the 1980’s take a walk in the woods to...
  • Absolution
    Review by Tulis McCall (13 Sep 2010) Owen O’Neill is a magnetic performer. He has skill, and patience and precision of thought and movement. Everything that would make him not only an excellent actor...
  • Absurd Person Singular
      Written by: Alan AyckbournDirected by: John TillingerProduced by: Manhattan Theatre ClubCast: Mireille Enos (Eva), Clea Lewis(Jane), Sam Robards (Geoffrey), Alan Ruck (Sidney), Deborah Rush (Marion...
  • Abundance
    Review by Tulis McCall 4 March 2015 When I was a kid watching Westerns, and folks all piled into their teenie-weenie wagons (and you should see one of these up close someday), the idea that they were...
  • Accent on Youth
    "Old age is not for sissies," said Bette Davis, and while 51 can hardly be considered old, Steven Gaye sees himself on the way to decrepitude. Steven is a charming and successful playwright in Samson...
  • Act One
    Review by Tulis McCall There are some seriously wonderful performances going on over at the Vivian Beaumont. Act One the play based on the autobiography of Moss Hart is not only an homage to theatre...
  • Adding Machine
    A Review by Barbara Mehlman and Geri Manus. The curtain comes up on "Adding Machine," a little musical with a lot to say, to reveal a disorienting view of a double bed, upended on its footboard, with...
  • After Midnight
    What the popular press said... "Sparkling new jazz revue."Chrles Isherwood for New York Times "It’s an exhilarating joyride all the way."Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News "A sleek, elegant...

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