Commercial Off Broadway productions are falling into place for theater-district runs this fall, with Dr. Ruth bio "Becoming Dr. Ruth" locked in for a run at the Westside Theater and downtown…
Becoming Dr. Ruth
Following in the footsteps of movies-turned-musicals such as "Kinky Boots" and "Billy Elliot," an adaptation of the 2001 French film "Amelie" is aimed at Broadway. Dan Messe of the Brooklyn-based…
Is it a ghost story or something more ghastly? The one thing that's certain about Jez Butterworth's enigmatic "The River" is that Ian Rickson's spellbinding production could not be bettered.
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There's a lot of foreplay in Mark St. Germain's bio-play about sex educator and media personality Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer, a show receiving its world premiere at Barrington Stage Company's second…
"Title and Deed," an existential rumination on home and the absence of home, is choice Eno -- pensive, lyrical, deeply funny and profoundly sad.
"Some Lovers," the new Burt Bacharach-Steven Sater vestpocket tuner, takes its inspiration from the dual irony of O. Henry's "Gift of the Magi": Husband sells watch to buy wife combs, while wife…
Big-budget tuner "An Officer and a Gentleman -- The Musical," an Aussie-U.S. co-production based on the Richard Gere-starrer, will world preem in Sydney in May.
The wheels of justice operate at breakneck speed in "A Time to Kill," a new stage adaptation of John Grisham's 1989 novel that examines whether it's ever permissible to take the law into one's hands.
Something is decidedly off about the sensibility of helmer Doug Hughes's production, which stars Jim Belushi and Robert Sean Leonard.
Brian Pugach has contrived a tuner drenched in prince-on-prince amour in "The Next Fairy Tale."
Brightly-colored show retains little of the charm of Pham's lovely ink-and-brush illustrations.