The Old Man and the Sea is not at all what Hemingway intended but not all bad either.
The new Caldwell: Is it young in here, or is it just me?
Pat Nesbit fills big shoes; James Goldman smiles
A bizarrely unorthodox defender of the faith puts the fire to some lukewarm Jews
In Donald Margulies' vision of the American meltdown, comedy quickly becomes nightmare
Richard Greenberg's gay baseball drama doesn't circle the bases
A play that should sizzle instead fizzles
Gay theater goes postmodern
The Caldwell's depiction of Turgenev's impoverished stooge hits the sweet spot
You know, when Pre-Raphaelite plot lines fall flat and dull
Something you don't want to do if you miss this play
Songs of Paradise mixes vaudeville, the Borscht Belt, and the Bible to hilarious effect
What we talk about when we talk about lighter-weight stuff
Shallow characters make this Beauty Queen a loser
The Chalk Garden
Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde