The fabled team of Rodgers and Hammerstein hit the skids in 1955 with their flop musical, "Pipe Dream."
The hallmarks of Disney on Broadway -- lavishly expensive sets and costumes, state-of-the art automation and writers seemingly under the direction of some marketing wizard from Burbank -- are…
Hunter, Jeff, Susan and Heidi are back, and if that news sends you gleefully running down to Off Broadway's Vineyard Theater, you're sure to be rewarded. If it leaves you scratching your head, lower…
Once is not enough: "Once" is that rare kind of musical which theater lovers will want to see again.
"Carrie" is smaller, less bloody and no more compelling than the last time it hit the stage.
The material here is on the generic side, with cliches to spare.
Former newspaperman Gabe McKinley has written a play about the Jayson Blair plagiarism scandal, which rocked the New York Times back in 2003 but is now as faded as yesterday's news.
The main demographic to turn out for William Shatner's 19-perf Broadway run in "Shatner's World: We Just Live in It" would seem to be Trekkies: Here's Captain Kirk, live and in person, and any…
"Merrily We Roll Along" rolls triumphantly back to town as the opening attraction of the 2012 season at City Center Encores! The troubled piece -- a 16-performance failure when it opened in 1981 -…
When Audra McDonald joins Norm Lewis in singing "I Loves You, Porgy," their duet will thrill "Porgy and Bess" newcomers and purists alike. But when McDonald delivers a newly devised reprise of…
This college-level "High School Musical" is layered with giddy and sometimes wicked sophistication, and its company of 12 delivers bright performances backed by energetically brisk staging in this…
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