Casting a couple of big movie stars in a Broadway play can cut both ways. Audiences may stand in line for tickets, but critics can put on their scowling "show-me" faces as many did for Keith Huff's one-act play, which cast Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman as a pair of Chicago cops in crisis. Both stars were excellent, but they were wonderfully served by Huff's taut, tough-minded script, which takes potentially clichéd material the moral challenges faced by cops on the urban mean streets and makes it fresh and compelling. Want a better example of Broadway stars working hard to disguise an empty play? See (or rather, don't see) God of Carnage.