With all eyes on the comic book world during Comic-Con and ample talk of gay rights issues with the recent SCOTUS rulings, Andrew Garfield decided to combine the two and ask a question about…
Winning, propulsively pop-rock and burning with youthful passion, "Bare" moves, sings and plays with confidence, even if the musical, first seen in New York in 2004, seems to have lost some of its…
This season's freshman series formed one of the most diverse rookie slates TV has seen
The script is persuasive on its protagonist's art, less so on the personal life.
Wilde's overripe prose is a classic case of when it's good it's very, very good.
Part of the excitement of Mike Bartlett's riveting new play is that it delivers on every one of the "cock" connotations.
A once-over-lightly examination of an alleged cultural phenomenon, "Bi the Way" recalls the classic joke among journalists regarding what constitutes a trend.
Sometimes a cast of gifted actors can save a weak musical, and the performers in this Odyssey world premiere knock themselves out to make their show a lively and enjoyable experience. They…
Benjamin Bratt's dynamic performance as late Nuyorican poet-playwright-actor Miguel Pinero is the one vivid element in "Pinero," a biopic that otherwise disappoints as a scattershot stab at a…