Credit: Joan Marcus

Broadway revved up for the Tonys this week with four high profile openings — and, sadly, one major close. Matthew Lombardo’s High, featuring Kathleen Turner as a recovering alcoholic-turned-nun, played one official performance Tuesday night before producers announced that it would have its final curtain call this Sunday. As for the other three shows — film-to-stage transfer Sister Act, Lewis Carroll update Wonderland, and London import Jerusalem — we saw, and reviewed, them all. Here are the highlights:

Sister Act: EW stage Thom Geier finds this musical adaptation of the 1992 Whoopi Goldberg comedy “such a lark.” He rates the production a B+, and praises star Patina Miller, whom he writes “is blessed with a megawatt personality, terrific comic timing, and a heaven-sent soprano.”

Wonderland: The noisy, muddled update of Alice’s classic adventures earned a C- from writerMelissa Rose Bernardo. “It’s actually a crashing bore,” she warns, “from its clunky New York City-set beginning to its cliched happily-ever-after finish.”

Jerusalem: EW film critic Lisa Schwarzbaum gives the UK-set drama about a modern day middle-aged pied piper and his young hangers-on an A, praising its “furious intelligence and exasperated tenderness that transcends the boundaries of its English content.” “The Broadway theatergoer leaves the show,” she raves, “blinking with wonderment.”