This reverential revival of the long-runner Broadway hit is a solid piece of theatrical architecture.
This super-costly extravaganza doesn't do justice to the movie, or to the spirit of the late Howard Ashman.
Nina Arianda certainly knows how to make an entrance. For her Tony Award-winning role in “Venus in Furs” — her last appearance on the New York boards — she blew onstage in a gust of comic energy. …
Whatever your expectations going into “Rocky,” you come out rocking the technology. No mystery about where the $16.5 million capital investment went in this musical iteration of the 1976 movie that…
Meet Tyrone, the dirty-minded, foul-mouthed sock puppet who steals the show in “Hand to God,” Robert Askins’ pitch-black comedy about a teenage boy (a sensational perf from Steven Boyer) whose…
Bryan Cranston owns the role of LBJ in this beautifully built dramatic piece.
“Elliot: A Soldier’s Fugue” began the cycle of plays by Quiara Alegria Hudes about a young Marine’s re-entry into the land of the living after a soul-destroying tour in Iraq. “Water by the…
Looks like “Kung Fu,” David Henry Hwang’s reverential homage to Bruce Lee, should have been a musical after all. Cole Horibe, Taekwondo Olympic medalist (and finalist on “So You Think You Can…
Everybody knows that playwrights shouldn’t direct their own plays. But composers might also think twice about doing their own orchestrations. In an intimate house, Jason Robert Brown’s lushly…
Short stories are rich resource material for plays. But Ken Urban’s new play, “The Correspondent,” would make a better short story. The plot is concise and spooky: a man mourning his dead wife pays…