The gestating musical version of “The Bridges of Madison County” has lined up its Broadway run, with the production inked in for a February opening at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater. Although this is…
The nominations for the 2013 Tony Awards shaped up into a head-to-head battle between drag queens and little girls, with musical "Kinky Boots" leading the pack with 13 noms and "Matilda," with 12…
New productions of Marx brothers tuner "Animal Crackers" and 2010 musical "Johnny Baseball" are among the titles joining "The Bridges of Madison County" on the 2013 slate at the Williamstown…
A half-dozen years after his muscular Lincoln Center revival of Clifford Odets' "Awake and Sing," Bartlett Sher returns to the helm with a dynamite version of "Golden Boy."
Sher's production, while not particularly insightful, is certainly serviceable. Boosted by a starry cast of real singing actors, the season-opening premiere left the packed house cheering.
Despite a well-grounded and admirably lucid production helmed by LCT resident director Bartlett Sher, new play "Blood and Gifts" has no heart.
Reality blurred by fantasy, teen sexuality, Internet chatrooms, a murky murder plot -- it's not a new HBO drama, it's "Two Boys," the disquieting and absorbing first opera from composer Nico Muhly.
Bartlett Sher and his Broadway design team have come with an all-purpose production for that Rossini rarity "Le Comte Ory," being given its company premiere.
Invigorating and highly spiced, but not satisfying enough for a full meal or a full evening's entertainment.
As on Broadway, the star of this touring "South Pacific" is helmer Bartlett Sher.