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  • Capsule Reviews

    published August 18, 2005

    Anne of Green Gables There's probably no better fodder for a musical than Lucy Maud Montgomery's perennial 1908... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published August 4, 2005

    Moonchildren Remember the '60s? Sittin' around, preferably on the floor, smokin' a fatty, blowin' soap bubbles and groovin'... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published July 28, 2005

    The Phantom of the Opera This British import has been savaged, accused of contributing to the demise of Broadway with its... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published July 21, 2005

    The Music Man Meredith Willson's Music Man features some of Broadway's most memorable tunes, including "Seventy-six... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published July 14, 2005

    Mister Roberts It's hard keeping those crisp navy whites cleaned and pressed when you're on a "can" of a cargo ship called the USS... More >>

  • Unforgettable

    published July 7, 2005

    When actors exude sheer pleasure performing on stage, it's hard to lose the audience. Nat King Cole & Me - A Musical Healing, the... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published July 7, 2005

    Deathtrap Ira Levin knows how to spin a yarn. The author of novels The Stepford Wives and Rosemary's Baby, he... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published June 30, 2005

    The Hollow So, which one of the extended Angkatell family has killed the philandering husband John Cristow (Rich Adamus-Delgado)? Is... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published June 23, 2005

    A Class Act A Class Act, now running at Theater LaB, is a wonderfully tender homage to the late Edward Kleban,... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published June 16, 2005

    A Class Act A Class Act, now running at Theater LaB, is a wonderfully tender homage to the late Edward Kleban, award-winning... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published June 9, 2005

    Done to Death Vermont playwright Fred Carmichael's 30-plus light romances and murder comedies have been a boon to regional theaters,... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published June 2, 2005

    Done to Death Vermont playwright Fred Carmichael's 30-plus light romances and murder comedies have been a boon to regional theaters,... More >>

  • Style Pile

    published May 26, 2005

    Most of Tom Stoppard's lesser works beat the best works of his contemporaries. The playwright is engaged in a lifelong affair with the English... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published May 26, 2005

    Done to Death Vermont playwright Fred Carmichael's 30-plus light romances and murder comedies have been a boon to regional theaters,... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published May 26, 2005

    "Inversion" It looks like someone shot a giant cannon at the old Art League studio building on Montrose -- you can see straight through it.... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published May 19, 2005

    Done to Death Vermont playwright Fred Carmichael's 30-plus light romances and murder comedies have been a boon to regional theaters,... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published May 19, 2005

    "Inversion" It looks like someone shot a giant cannon at the old Art League studio building on Montrose -- you can see straight through... More >>

  • Fresh Falstaff

    published May 12, 2005

    If you can ignore the inexplicable trapdoor center-stage, around which the singers must maneuver so as not to fall into the bowels of the Wortham,... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published May 12, 2005

    Driving Miss Daisy Alfred Uhry's Pulitzer Prize-winning play is like a fine cameo brooch -- in miniature and with deft strokes,... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published May 12, 2005

    "Evidence" Tracking trends in contemporary painting is as futile as clutching smoke. You can't be sure until years later that what you're... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published May 5, 2005

    Medea Under the guidance of Euripides, one of the oldest playwrights in Western civilization, director/adaptor Charlie... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published May 5, 2005

    "Evidence" Tracking trends in contemporary painting is as futile as clutching smoke. You can't be sure until years later that what... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published April 28, 2005

    Billy Bishop Goes to War As much as we love Canada and all things that sweet country to the north represents, John Gray and Eric... More >>

  • Lovable Losers

    published April 21, 2005

    "Am I a mug?" asks Mugsy (Kevin Brown) in Dealer's Choice, the card-sharp production now playing (no pun intended) at Theater LaB... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published April 21, 2005

    ...for those who live in cities After suffering a humiliating defeat in World War I, Germany suffered further defeat.... More >>

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