Our Town (Barrow Street Theater, 27 Barrow St.). David Cromer’s revival of Thornton Wilder’s greatest play, which is still going strong two months into its off-Broadway run, is the best show in New York–if not America. Arrestingly and incisively unsentimental, it cuts to the heart of Wilder’s familiar tale of a small New England town and makes it as fresh as a news flash. I’m not normally fond of surprise endings, but Cromer has tucked one into this production, and it packs the punch of a bolt of lightning. Do not miss this show for any reason whatsoever (TT).