Dan Hiatt

  • Culture

    September 24, 2003

    Noises Off

    The triumphant revival of Michael Frayn's 20-year-old London hit

  • Culture

    July 23, 2003

    Up in Arms

    In Shaw's genre-busting play of ideas, the world rights itself just in time

  • Culture

    June 11, 2003

    We Petty Men

    Julius Caesar is best when we don't push the modern parallels

  • Culture

    November 27, 2002

    Read On

    Books and their consequences in two plays about free speech

  • Culture

    December 26, 2001

    All in the Family

    In this French farce, people get kicked, inebriated, and nearly shot; in short, it's a riot

  • Culture

    October 24, 2001

    Spinning Into Butter

    An exploration of racism at its volcanic core

  • Culture

    November 29, 2000

    Sparkling Kitchen Sink

    Like a New Yorker story brought to the stage, Dinner With Friends concerns ordinary people in realistic settings, but it tries too hard to convince

  • Culture

    July 9, 1997
  • Culture

    May 1, 1996

    Goodbye, Dolly

    ACT's The Matchmaker too frequently recalls how much better the musical is

  • Culture

    April 17, 1996

    Picks and Pits

    ACT's Cherry Orchard serves up a feast of characters and images; An Inspector Calls is merely a visual feast

  • Culture

    September 27, 1995

    So Much to Love

    Penny Metropulos' simple setup of Shakespeare's comedy pays off

  • Culture

    July 26, 1995

    Hard Labour

    Love's Labour's Lost imprisons with its verse; My Piece of the Sky incarcerates the audience

  • Culture

    March 1, 1995

    Games people play

    "The Play's the Thing" amuses after a slow start; "Touch" gives a sweet, comic look at sometime occultists

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