Director Michael Mayer ("Spring Awakening," "American Idiot") has taken it upon himself, with the help of playwright Peter Parnell, to reconceive Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane's 1965 musical "On a…
A comedy of the dysfunctional-family variety, "Stick Fly" offers a fair share of laughter and some enjoyable performances but not much in the way of distinction.
Boy meets girl on a deserted road in Depression-era West Dallas, and sooner than you can say "Warren Beatty," they're rolling in the hay -- or rather, the dust.
"Old folks sit around by the television set, sighing one perpetual sigh," according to Kander and Ebb's song "Old Folks," which opens the second act of "An Evening With Patti LuPone and Mandy…
The resplendently renovated City Center puts its best foot forward, with tap shoes, in "Cotton Club Parade."
The 79th annual edition of the "Radio City Christmas Spectacular Starring the Rockettes" -- that's the full title -- has been overhauled with new technology and extensive digital enhancements to make…
The evening, seemingly assembled out of the star's grab-bag of song favorites, demands Jackman's all, and he surpasses expectations.
The catchphrase "a new musical" is hardly descriptive of "The Blue Flower," the work by Jim Bauer and Ruth Bauer at Second Stage: There are songs, story, actors and an eight-piece band, but none of…
Here comes the first-ever Broadway revival of "Godspell," and understandably so.
Anna Edson Taylor, a struggling 63-year-old schoolteacher, threw caution to the wind in 1901, plunged over Niagara Falls in a barrel and lived to tell about it.
There must be something in the HVAC system this fall at the Roundabout's Off Broadway digs. Two weeks ago came the preem of Stephen Karam's stellar "Sons of the Prophet," and now there's Andrew…