New Theater production disappoints for lack of a better script, stronger director and more gifted co-stars.
A slick, polished work that embraces genuine sentiment without becoming manipulatively sentimental.
Dreams, denial and delusions in 1960 Havana swim in the tragic mambo that suffuses Nilo Cruz's newest drama, "The Color of Desire," premiering in his adopted hometown of Miami.
"Vices: A Love Story" is a minor miracle of on-the-fly craftsmanship.
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There's a scintillating idea behind Michael McKeever's "Dangerous": Set the self-destructive corruption of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" in the waning "Cabaret" days of the Weimar Republic, and give it…
Valerie Harper makes a grand entrance as Tallulah Bankhead in Matthew Lombardo's "Looped" at Florida's Cuillo Center for the Arts. Fur-wrapped, eyes hidden behind dark glasses, the grande dame…
When a big-budget special-effects Broadway musical with a huge cast is streamlined for the road, that usually indicates a producer's code for a watered-down, pallid version of the original. But the…
A bombmaker in a basement couldn't have concocted a more ominous recipe for political and personal tragedy than the one that churns though William Mastrosimone's "Dirty Business."
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