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.

  • AFTER MISS JULIE
    What the popular press said... BEN BRANTLEY for NEW YORK TIMES says, "While Mr. Miller and Ms. Miller are undeniably attractive people, their Julie and John don’t seem terribly attractive to each...
  • After The Fall
    Written by: Arthur Miller.Directed by: Michael MayerSynopsis Probes deeply into the psyche of Quentin, a man who ruthlessly revisits his past to explain the 'catastrophe' that is his life. His...
  • After The Night And The Music
    Review by Polly Wittenberg Written by: by Elaine May.Directed by: Daniel Sullivan.Cast: Jeanne Berlin, Jere Burns, J. Smith Cameron, Brian Kerwin and Eddie Korbich.Synopsis: Three one-act plays...
  • After the Revolution
    Review by Tulis McCall (12 Nov 2010) Amy Herzog is a fortunate person. She is fortunate that she has the skill and the chutzpah to write a play that sticks to your ribs. She is fortunate that...
  • Aftermath
    "smart and sobering documentary drama"Ben BrantleyNew York Times "It's an inspiringly good piece of theater."Erik HaagensenBack Stage "a heartbreaking evening of theater. ...a docudrama of the...
  • AGES OF THE MOON
    Review by Tulis McCall 27 Jan 2010 Ka-pucketa-pucketa-pucketa-pucketa. That is the sound this play makes. It is at once a bit boring and very reassuring. Sam Shepard is in his 60’s now and so are his...
  • Aida
    Music by Elton John, Lyrics by Tim Rice, Book by Linda Woolverton, Robert Fells and David Henry HwangChoreography by Wayne CilentoDirected by Robert FellsSynopsis The tale of Aida, made famous by...
  • Airline Highway
    Review by Stanford Friedman 23 April 2015 If you've been to New Orleans, you might know Airline Highway as the seedy road leading into the Big Easy from the west. For the uninitiated, the term might...
  • Aladdin
    New Amsterdam Theatre
    In the UK, there is a Christmas tradition in British theatre called Pantomime. This phenomenon is foreign to American audiences, and is perhaps difficult to sell convincingly, but here goes: A...
  • ALL ABOUT ME
    Review by Tulis McCall There is such a thing as making something too clever by half, and that is pretty much what has been done here. First of all this is a grand experiment. Dame Edna and Michael...

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