AUTHOR: OSCAR WILDE
TITLE: CHINESE COFFEE
AUTHOR: IRA LEWIS
WHERE: IN REPERTORY ON BROADWAY
THE BOTTOM LINE: By turns a lisping potentate and a nervy novelist, Al Pacino gives the season's foremost star turn.
When he blazed to Broadway stardom and a Tony Award in 1969 playing an embittered drug addict in Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?, Al Pacino showed a menacing fire. Three years later, in the most memorable of his six Oscar- nominated film roles, he revealed an even scarier core of ice as a Mafia don in the making in The Godfather. His intelligence, energy,...