Review: ‘Lorenzaccio’


French playwright Alfred de Musset's "Lorenzaccio" has long been a fixture in French theater, but the 1833 play is seldom performed in the U.S. One chief reason, aside from its enormous cast, is the…

Legit duo cap kudos roll


Alan Bennett's "The History Boys" and Mel Brooks' tuner "The Producers" continued their clean sweep of London's legit award circuit, winning the 2005 Olivier Awards for play and musical…

Reversal of Fortune


While most entertainment companies are subject to the unpredictable rollercoaster of good and bad patches, this season's turnaround at Manhattan Theater Club represents a reversal of fortune that's…

Review: ‘Man and Boy’


One doesn't think of taboo-shattering dramas featuring wealthy, nattily attired men in suits. So it's with some shock that one clocks the first-act finale of Terence Rattigan's little-known "Man and…

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