Steven Levenson raises some Big Issues in “The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin.” We’re talking about weighty matters like crime and punishment, guilt and restitution, and that old favorite &mdash…
Spider-man Broadway Reviews
You don’t have to be British to lose your composure and howl with laughter at “The Explorers,” a witty spoof of all those bold Victorian adventurers who ravaged foreign lands and annihilated…
The producers of “Flashdance the Musical” have “postponed” their plans to bring the show to Broadway this summer. The new tuner, based on the Adrian Lyne-helmed pic, opened in January in Pittsburgh…
Lincoln Center Theater’s stunning production of Douglas Carter Beane’s “The Nance” is a textbook example of how to put on a classy show. It helps to have a bona fide (and certifiably bankable) star…
The New York transfer of U.K. musical “Matilda” opened April 11 at Broadway’s Shubert Theater. The following is David Benedict’s review (Daily Variety, Dec. 13, 2010) of the London production, with…
"The Lion King" is roaring, and all of Broadway can hear it.
Jim Parsons aims to charm the pants off us by giving Elwood P. Dowd an air of sweet serenity, but the vacancy behind his bland facial expressions has a chilling effect.
Upon a preliminary viewing back in February, "Spider-Man" was a spectacular mess. The finished version is reasonably improved but somewhat less spectacular.
On Broadway, there's big. And then there's "Spider-Man" big.
Should Broadway's Spidey sense be tingling?