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…
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.