Jeff Stetson's sprawling, sometimes awkward, always provocative work tackles the great subject of generational neglect.
Working on multiple levels, helmer Yousry Nasrallah mines popular cinema and artier forms through a seemingly simple story of two worlds, exposing hypocrisies in each.
Fans of the art of Paul Reubens (a.k.a. Pee-wee Herman) will have a nostalgic field-day at the Broadway incarnation of "The Pee-wee Herman Show."
If there's one thing more fun than a haunted house, it's a haunted theater, especially in a venue as authentically creepy as the decrepit Players Theater in Greenwich Village.
Barry Humphries' monstrously funny incarnation of the Aussie housewife still retains its savage wit.
The Roundabout looks likely to score a third Broadway house when the Henry Miller Theater reopens next fall. Newly renovated midtown venue, with around 1,000 seats, will join the Roundabout's two…
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