As directed by producer Andy Sandberg, this is one of those musicals where the hysterically funny premise turns out, once onstage, to be resolutely not.
With a story drawn not from the 2000 film starring Kirsten Dunst, but rather from one of its four direct-to-video sequels, the tuner remains airborne often enough to overcome several obstacles along…
A vicious first act about young Vietnam-bound Marines organizing a sadistic contest turns sensitive and tender in the second act of "Dogfight," the new musical at Second Stage.
Each play packs a wallop, figuratively and literally; the combination of Hynes, her designers and a strong cast of Irish actors makes the marathons exceptional viewing.
Off Broadway gets a worthy specimen of the socially conscious courtroom drama with "Murder in the First."
Deep in the second act of "February House," the new musical at the Public, an intellectual ecdysiast lying on the carpet says, "The play seemed like it was trying to make some big point, but I didn't…
Long languishing on the list of not-quite-great musicals, the "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" tuner surprisingly gleams here with the brilliance of a 40-carat Tiffany stone.
Raul Esparza sizzles like a firecracker in this musicalization of the 1992 Steve Martin pic, but his wick is continually dampened by the pesky book, songs and staging.
The newly manufactured 1920s-set musical "Nice Work if You Can Get It" crams vintage Gershwin songs into a bubbly crowdpleaser, enchantingly rendered by thesps Kelli O'Hara, Michael McGrath and Judy…
Full of moving scenery, lights, projections, film and magical illusions, but devoid of actual magic, the Broadway production of "Ghost" is a lumbering megatuner with little to offer beyond a…