Kneehigh's equally idiosyncratic take on "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" is, as expected, brimming with imaginative touches. But this time, effort outstrips the achievement.
King of Broken Hearts
Turns the story of a 1915 uprising at a brutally run boys' reform school into old-fashioned epic drama.
A wry homage to '50s sci-fi, urban dating and interspecies romance.
Not seen at the Met since 1936, Puccini's "La Rondine" makes a welcome return bolstered by the star power of its real-life husband-and-wife leads Angela Gheorghiu and Roberto Alagna.
One of the maxims repeated in Mickey Birnbaum's "Big Death & Little Death" is "Human plus time equals dirt," and it's mordantly representative of the play's focus and dark humor. It's a flip…
The horrors inflicted upon Native Americans have traditionally made for wrenching drama, but this loose adaptation of Dee Alexander Brown's seminal 1971 book is a powerful story limply told, steeped…
Christina Applegate broke her foot during Friday's performance of "Sweet Charity" at Chi's Cadillac Palace Theater. The accident took place at the top of the show, and Applegate was forced to…
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