With Sutton Foster in the title role of “Sweet Charity,” we now know that even big, beautiful, corn-fed girls from the American heartland can be fragile Fellini waifs. Although choreographer Joshua…
Gene Saks, who helmed many Neil Simon plays on Broadway and won three Tonys — for the Cy Coleman-Michael Stewart musical "I Love My Wife" plus Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs" and "Biloxi Blues"…
Sid Caesar can be judged, in part, by the company he kept. As the star of "Your Show of Shows," he famously provided a spawning ground for numerous titans of comedy, with a writing staff that…
The Ahmanson opening of Neil Simon‘s “The Sunshine Boys” brought out Danny DeVito‘s castmates of “Taxi” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” among other guests Wednesday to downtown L.A. Richard…
Whether it was nerve or foolhardiness that led actor Saul Rubinek ("Warehouse 13") to choose the title "Terrible Advice," the worst advice he was given about his debut stage comedy was that it was…
Neil Simon's 1971 "The Prisoner of Second Avenue" is played strictly in period at the El Portal, and rightly so.
Show doesn't play anywhere near as well as it once did.
Hats off to the farsighted producers for taking a risk on their choice of director.
Preparations are under way for Rialto revivals of Neil Simon semi-autobiographical comedies "Brighton Beach Memoirs" and "Broadway Bound," to play in rep at the same theater next season.
Neil Simon has been dancing around the issue of aging for about a decade now, never going toe-to-toe with the real consequence of old age: death. In "Rose and Walsh," he finally confronts the…
The Roundabout Theater Co.'s tin-eared streak continues apace with its latest offering, "Neil Simon's Hotel Suite," a collection of cheap entertainments mixed and matched from the prolific…
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