The five shows opening on Broadway this week have all gotten an awards-season boost, with the Drama League naming a wide-ranging slate of nominations that includes "Macbeth," "The Testament of Mary,"…
It makes for an enjoyable evening of free theater, but the open question for the Public is whether the show has the legs to transfer indoors.
Holocaust-themed song-and-dancer is a thoroughly earnest endeavor, but earnestness doesn't necessarily ensure entertainment.
Forty-six years after its ignoble Broadway debut, Stephen Sondheim's "Anyone Can Whistle" roars back into town triumphant. Triumphant with an asterisk, perhaps; this wild and crazy musical, circa…
On Monday, Time Out magazine shot the cover for its Tony Awards issue -- or, rather, its theater issue.
The Broadway season has smothered more than a few glittering performers in shrouds of mediocre material, so it's a real joy to find a gem of a performance shining in its proper setting, a gold-plated…
"Rosemary's Baby" gets an extraterrestrial twist in "The "Astronaut's Wife," an aggressively stylish but dramatically flaccid drama that plays like an upscale reprise of a '50s sci-fi potboiler…