3.0★ ★ ★

C. S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce

C. S. Lewis' The Great Divorce, presented by the Fellowship for the Performing Arts at The Pearl Theatre on Theater Row, is imaginatively staged, chockfull of entertaining, artfully rendered bits of higher vaud...
4.0★★★★

Baby Jane Dexter: It’s Personal

Saying Baby Jane Dexter "gives a performance" misses the mark. She holds court. Equal parts Alberta Hunter and Janis Joplin yet one hundred percent herself, she pronounces each word of every lovingly chosen l...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Thérèse Raquin

Lust, murder, and terror Playbill promises this new adaptation of Emile Zola’s 1867 novel will deliver. Indeed, it’s served up with all the trimmings. The sex is unflinching (without nudity, raising questio...

Marc Aronson in conversation with Paul Meltzer

Marc Aronson—warm, deeply intelligent, with a glint in his eye reflecting an educator’s impulse to inspire--is the son of Boris Aronson, the multiple-Tony-winning stage and costume designer. Boris Aronson...

Almog Pail in conversation with Paul Meltzer

Almog Pail, playwright and performer, does not shy away from the challenges introduced by solo performance. And if tickets selling out is anything to go by, her solo show Me, Myself, and Rita at the United S...
3.0★ ★ ★

Wolf Red

Wolf Red is billed as an example of “Physical Theater”, a new term to me. In this case, it is non-narrative, theatrical, poetic--a full sister to modern dance and performance art. In this one-woman show,...
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Our Class

Our Class by Tadeusz Stobodzianek demands to be seen and gives much in return. Now playing at the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv with English supertitles some nights, it turns to a sadly familiar subject--the Holoc...