Broadway comes to New Brunswick with the new musical comedy "It Shoulda Been You." The cast -- headed by Tyne Daly and Harriet Harris, with the likes of Howard McGillin and Edward Hibbert in support…
There is a subset of Off Broadway musicals that feature folks in a bar who sing of love and loss for a couple of hours before everyone goes home unhappy. This rendition, however, has a star who's an…
The Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman's "Follies," when done right, is one of the glories of the American musical. The new revival, a transfer from the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., is…
It seems like a mere 525,600 minutes since "Rent" blew out its last candle over at Broadway's Nederlander Theater. It's already back, and the news is all to the good.
The long-gestating tuner, derived from an Americanization of a mystical Italian play from the post-WWI era, feels like a worn elastic band that has lost its snap.
While it is too early to comment on the overall artistic success of the visit, this "Romeo and Juliet" -- as directed by Rupert Goold -- is terrific.
Quebec-based Cirque du Soleil has taken over the venerable Radio City Music Hall for a four-month engagement of its newest creation.
Upon a preliminary viewing back in February, "Spider-Man" was a spectacular mess. The finished version is reasonably improved but somewhat less spectacular.
How do you prevent a musical about a trio of musically-challenged sisters who sing awful songs from being musically-challenged itself?
"Lysistrata Jones" is a slyly contrived "High School Musical" for adults, lubricated with gallons of Grecian formula.
It's an intriguing notion to tell the story of Western gunslingers Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday -- culminating in the iconic 1881 shootout at the O.K. Corral -- with an all-femme cast of 11.
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