By Christopher Hampton
Huntington Theater Company
Sets: James Noone
Costumes: Erin Chainani
Lights: Mark Stanley

This oft-reheated passion play has its hits and misses, but overall the wicked manipulators in Christopher Hampton’s adaptation of the 1782 novel by Choderlos de Laclos are just too much fun to miss. Helmer Daniel Goldstein comes close to finding the right balance in his nervy production, which abandons propriety, period and even accents.
— Frank Rizzo, Variety