In her belated return to Broadway after “Wicked,” powerhouse belter Idina Menzel is sorely misused in “If/Then.” “Next to Normal” writing team Brian Yorkey (who bears responsibility for the…
Frederick Weller and the ever-astonishing Tyne Daly bring considerable humanity to Terrence McNally's diffuse and disjointed new play.
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…