Lewis Lazare


Review: 'The Libertine'


John Malkovich is back home at Steppenwolf, selling out the house nightly in the American premiere of Stephen Jeffreys' disappointing "The Libertine," which premiered in 1994 at London's Royal Court…

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Review: 'Doo Wop Shoo Bop'


Co-creators Jackie Taylor and Jimmy Tillman have devised a peppy stroll down memory lane for fans of a particular style of 1950s music performed by black singers such as Dinah Washington, Ruth Brown…

Review: 'Pope Joan'


Musical numbers: "Pope Joan Overture," "Holy Ghost One," "This Church Will Stand," "My Priest," "Holy Ghost Two," "A Sad and Tragic History," "The Englishman's Daughter," "Stand With Me," "Alone…

Review: 'Carousel'


Though the Royal National Theater's lauded revival of "Carousel" lasted less than a year on Broadway, it has nonetheless gone out on the road under Columbia Artists Management Inc.'s auspices…

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