Betty Buckley is that rare bird — a multidisciplined performer who has never settled into a comfortable groove. People of a certain age might remember her most as the cheerful mom in the sitcom…
Going to a Horton Foote play is like catching up with good friends and friendly enemies at a family reunion. His posthumous debut “The Old Friends" is only now having its world premiere (earlier…
Betty Buckley is easily the best thing about the show's belated U.K. preem, in which helmer-choreographer Gillian Lynne fails to steady the show's fatal vacillations between sledgehammer corporate…
Stage diva Betty Buckley plays an overbearing mother bent on curbing her womanizing son's ways.
Betty Buckley's show "Journey," featuring songs compiled during a cross-country drive, purports to center on a variety of contemporary composers. In reality, it plays like a tribute to three-time…
And the money keeps rolling in, as the song goes, for Andrew Lloyd Webber, whose much-toured "Music of the Night" greatest-hits revue now has the brightening star of Betty Buckley lending it some new…
TX:Produced for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS by Kevin Duncan. Reviewed June 10, 1996. Betty Buckley has been reclaiming Broadway for nearly a year now, since taking over the role of Norma…
After the Sicilian Norma Desmond of Patti LuPone, and the kabuki Norma Desmond of Glenn Close, now comes what can only -- and definitively -- be called the Broadway Norma Desmond of Betty Buckley.
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