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Theatre for One

The New York Post, May 16, 2010
'One'-of-a-kind Theater, by Frank Scheck

The New York Times, May 13, 2010
A Theater in Times Square with Seating for Just One, by James Barron


New York Magazine, December 1, 2009
Dancing With the Stars: 'Fela!' can get even a staid Broadway audience shaking its hips, by Dan Kois and Scott Brown

Variety, November 30, 2009
Gothamites Flock to 'Fela!', by Gordon Cox

New York Magazine, November 30, 2009
Intelligencer/Party Lines

New York Observer, November 30, 2009
A Night at the Shrine of Fela, by Jesse Oxfeld

Daily News, November 29, 2009
Rush & Molloy, by George Rush & Joanna Rush Molloy

The Wall Street Journal, November 27, 2009
Lost in the Stars, by Terry Teachout

Entertainment Weekly, November 27, 2009
Fela!, by Thom Geier

Rolling Stone, November 26, 2009
Broadway Cranks it Up with New Crop of Rock Musicals, by Nicole Frehsée

Amsterdam News, November 26, 2009
Fela=Fantastic, Exhilarating, Life-Altering, by Linda Armstrong

Backstage, November 26, 2009
Critics Pick: 'Fela!' at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, by David Sheward

Time Out New York, November 26, 2009
Fela!, by David Cote

The New York Times, November 24, 2009
Making Music Mightier Than the Sword, by Ben Brantley, November 24, 2009
Bill T. Jones Ignites the Stage with Afrobeat 'Fela!', by John Simon

USA Today, November 24, 2009
'Fela!': An Energetic Afrobeat Muscial to Exclaim Over, by Elysa Gardner, November 24, 2009
Fela!, by Dan Bacalco

Daily News, November 24, 2009
African Pop Bursts onto B'way, by Joe Dziemianowicz

NY Post, November 24, 2009
Plenty of Afro-heat, by Elisabeth Vincentelli

The Record, November 24, 2009
'Fela!': Afrobeat, by Robert Feldberg

AM New York, November 24, 2009
'Fela! Fails on Story, by Matt Windman

Newsday, November 24, 2009
What's the Story with 'Fela!'?, by Linda Winer

Reuters/Hollywood Reporter, November 23, 2009
'Fela!' Brings African Music Legend to Vivid Life, by Frank Scheck

Variety, November 23, 2009
Fela!, by David Rooney

Backstage, November 23, 2009
'Fela!' at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, by David Sheward

Associated Press, November 23, 2009

Herald Tribune, September 16, 2009
A Most Exciting 'Fela'

The New York Times, September 5, 2009
Afrobeat's King, Recrowned, by Ben Brantley

The Bloomberg News, September 5, 2009
Jones's Rousing 'Fela!' Brings Singer, Gadfly to Life (Update 1), by John Simon

The Daily News, September 5, 2009
the Infectious Revel of 'Fela!', by Joe Dziemianowicz

Variety, September 5, 2009
Fela!, by David Rooney

The New York Post, September 5, 2009
'Tis the Most Snappy 'Fela!', by Frank Scheck

NY1, September 5, 2009
NY1 Theater Review: 'Fela!', by Roma Torre

New York Sun, September 5, 2009
Shaking Hips and Raising Fists: 'Fela!', by Eric Grode


The New York Observer, June 25, 2009
The Obama Effect ... Wheee!, by John Heilpern

The Village Voice, June 10-16, 2009
Greenspan and Merrit's 'Coraline' does Gaiman Proud, by Michael Feingold, June 18, 2009
'Coraline': Stories from Inside a Piano, by Megan Messinger

New York Press, June 2, 2009
A Merrittocracy: The magnetic world of 'Coraline' Off-Broadway, by Leonard Jacobs

The New York Times, June 2, 2009
Interactive feature

The Music Slut, June 2, 2009
Coraline (Stephin Merrit's Musical) @MCC Theater: The Trouble I've Been Looking For

Back Stage, June 1, 2009
Coraline, by Adam R. Perlman

Associated Press via Huffington Post, June 1, 2009
Eerie 'Coraline' Celebrates a Little Girl's Pluck, by Micahel Kuchwara

Variety, June 1, 2009
Coraline, by David Rooney, June 1, 2009

Time Out NY, May 28-June 3, 2009
Interview: The Creators of Coraline, by Helen Shaw

Vanity Fair, May 13, 2009
Stephin Merrit's First Step Toward Becoming the Next Vincente Minnelli, by Matt Pressman

Time Out NY, May 2009
An 'Other' Musical: Songwriter Stephin Merritt sounds off on his musical version of 'Coraline', by Julia Stroud

The New Yorker, May 11, 2009
The Theatre: Openings and Previews

Elle, May 2009

The Village Voice, May 6-12, 2009
Two Characters in Search of a Theater Song: Cue the crazy piano! Stephin Merritt and David Greenspan conjure an unusual tuner, by Alexis Soloski

The New York Post, May 3, 2009
Theater Freaks: Off-Broadway Acts Go Loony Tune-y, by Larry Getlen

Film in Focus, February 11, 2009
Stephin Merrit's Other 'Coraline,' by Nick Dawson

The Norman Conquests

Time Out New York, April 30, 2009
The Norman Conquests: Triple Your Comic Delight, by Dan Cote

The New York Observer, April 28, 2009
Will New York Fall to the Norman Conquests?, by John Heilpern

The New York Times, April 24, 2009
Unrequited Lust, In Triplicate, by Ben Brantley

The Wall Street Journal, April 23, 2009
Laugh and the World Cries with You, by Terry Teachout

Variety, April 23, 2009
The Norman Conquests, by David Rooney

The New York Post, April 24, 2009
Triumphant 'Conquests,' by Elisabeth Vincentelli

The New Yorker, April 24, 2009
The Norman Conquests, by Trish Deitch

Talk Entertainment, April 24, 2009
Alan Ayckbourn's Serio/Comic Trilogy 'The Norman Conquests' Conquers B'way, by Oscar E. Moore

The Daily News, April 24, 2009
'The Norman Conquests' Conquers B'way with Laughter, by Joe Dziemianowicz

NY1, April 24, 2009
NY1 Theater Review: 'The Norman Conquests,' by Roma Torre

Associated Press, April 24, 2009
'The Norman Conquests' Offers a Triple Dose of Comedy, by Michael Kuchwara

Bloomberg, April 23, 2009
Spacey, 'Norman' Storm Broadway with Killer Comedy, by John Simon

Back Stage, April 23, 2009
The Norman Conquests, by Erik Haagensen

New York Magazine, April 23, 2009
Diary of a Marathon: On Seeing Uproarious Three-Part Farce 'The Norman Conquests' in One M&M-Fueled Day, by Dan Kois

33 Variations

Entertainment Weekly, March 22, 2009
The Must List: Top 10 Things We Love This Week, Jane Fonda in '33 Variations'

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 10, 2009
Fonda Haunting in Return to Stage, by Wendell Brock

New York Magazine, March 9, 2009
Jane Fonda (Accompanied by Beethoven) Is Not to Be Missed, by Stephanie Zacharek

The New York Times, March 4, 2009
A Musical Giant, Obsessed with a Little Tune, by Anthony Tommasini, February 26, 2009
33 Variations and Its 190-Year Trip to Broadway, by Smith Galtney

New York Magazine, February 20, 2009
Jane Fonda Returns to the Stage, Radical and Chic, by Mary Kaye Schilling

The New York Times, Febuary 19, 2009
A Radical Vixen Retakes the Stage, by Charles McGrath, January 14, 2009
Colin Hanks, Samantha Mathis and More Join Jane Fonda in 33 Variations




Reuters, October 7, 2008
Broadway Musical '13' has Tween Market to Itself, by Frank Scheck

The New York Times, October 6, 2008
Stranger in a Strange Land: The Acne Years, by Ben Brantley

The New York Post, October 6, 2009
Musical Mazel Tov for Heartland Teens, by Barbara Hoffman

The 39 Steps

The New York Times, January 16, 2008
Spies, Blonde and a Guy Go North by Northwest,by Ben Brantley

The Daily News, January 16, 2008
Hitchcock Classic '39 Steps' is Now a Killer Spoof, by Joe Dziemianowicz

The New York Post, January 16, 2008
Hitchcockian Thrills & Spills Add Up To Proof Positive, by Clive Barnes

Variety, January 15, 2008
Alfred Hitchcock's 'The 39 Steps,', by David Rooney

Paradise Park

Associated Press, March 3, 2008
'Paradise Park' Celebrates Dreamers, by Jennifer Farrar

Variety, March 2, 2008
Paradise Park, by Mark Blankenship


The New York Times, April 29, 2006
Critic's Notebook: Jane Houdyshell of 'Well' and the Art of Appearing Artless, by Charles Isherwood

The New York Times, March 31, 2006
Lisa Kron's 'Well' Opens on Broadway, With Mom Keeping Watch, by Ben Brantley

Rocket to the Moon

The Woodstock Times
, July 21, 2005
Odets on love
Theater review by Rebecca Daniels

On Stage, July 21, 2005
This Rocket Soars
Review by Robert Lachman

The Independent, July 22, 2005
A rarely seen Odets returns in a striking production
Review by Charles Kondek

Everything Will Be Different

The New York Times
, April 13, 2005
She's 15 and Growing Up the Hard Way
Theater review by Jason Zinoman

Variety, April 29, 2005
Everything Will Be Different
Review by Marilyn Stasio

Time Out New York, April, 2005
Everything Will Be Different
Review by Robert Simonson, April 8, 2005
Everything Will Be Different
Review by Matt Freeman

The Village Voice, April 19, 2005
Girl, Interrupted: Seeking solace from grief, a teen emulates Helen of Troy
Review by Charlotte Stoudt

Talkin' Broadway , April, 2005
Everything Will Be Different
Review by Lindsey Wilson

The American Theater Web, April 29, 2005
Everything Will Be Different: A Heroine who will never have Paris
Review by Andy Propst

Shockheaded Peter

The New York Times
, May 22, 2005
The Kiddie Show Goes Dark
Theater review by Ben Brantley

The New York Times
, May 1, 2005
Nasty Surprised for Bad Children (and Grown-Ups, Too)
Theater review by Ben Brantley

The New York Times, February 23, 2005
Nasty Surprised for Bad Children (and Grown-Ups, Too)
Theater review by Ben Brantley, February 19, 2005
Shockheaded Peter
Theater review by Jeffrey Lewonczyk

The Tricky Part

Newsday, April 27, 2004
The Tricky Part, Off-Broadway Review by Gordon Cox

Next Magazine, April 23, 2004
Theater review by David Hurst

New York Post, April 14, 2004
'Part' with painful past, by Donald Lyons

The New York Times, April 13, 2004
An Actor Confronts a Wrenching Rite of Passage, by Ben Brantley, April 13, 2004
Show Reviews, The Tricky Part, by William Stevenson 


Time Out New York, April 15-22, 2004
Turning point, by Kurt B. Reighley

Suitcase; or, those that resemble flies from a distance

The New York Observer, February 4, 2004
Melissa James Gibson, Lady of the Flies, by John Heilpern

The New Yorker, January 27, 2004
Goings on About Town, The Theatre: Suitcase; or, those that resemble flies from a distance

Newsday, January 26, 2004
Theater Review, Suitcase, by Linda Winer

Theatermania, January 26, 2004
Suitcase, Review by Dan Bacalzo

The Retreat from Moscow

The New Yorker, November 3, 2003
The Ties that Blind, by John Lahr

New York Magazine, November 3, 2003
Both Sides Now, by John Simon


The New York Times, April 7, 2001
A Festival of Images, via Rauschenberg and others
by Bruce Weber

Vienna: Lusthaus (Revisited)

The New York Observer, May 27, 2002
From Sublime, Erotic Vienna to Mel
Brooks' Chopped Liver,
by John Heilpern

The Village Voice, May 21, 2002
Sex and the Old World City
, by Tom Sellar

Variety, May 13, 2002
Vienna: Lusthaus (Revisited), by Marilyn Stasio

The New York Times, May 11, 2002
Doom Chases Lust, but With Loveliness

Theater Review by Bruce Weber

Time Out New York, May 9-15, 2002
by David Cole

Newsday, May 9, 2002
Vienna's Haunting Imagery, Revisited, by Linda Winer

Daily News, May 9, 2002
Pretty in their Freudian Slips, by Robert Dominguez


The New York Times, December 11, 2002
Theater Review; Fitting the Modern Age to the Classic Greek Form

New York Post, December 11, 2002
'Medea' Played for Laughs & Tears, by Clive Barnes

The New York Times, October 4, 2002
Movies, Performing Arts/Weekend Desk
Next Wave Review; A 'Medea' Fit for the World of Today
by Ben Brantley

True Love

New York Times, December 4, 2001
New Twist on a Timeless Preoccupation, by Bruce Weber

Daily News, December 4, 2001
Sex Talk at a Filling Station,
by Robert Dominguez

New York Post, November 28, 2001
'True Love' Born in Gas Station, by Donald Lyons