It appears that in this topsy-turvy Broadway season -- surprisingly high in quantity and depressingly low in quality -- even the sure things aren't so sure anymore. Witness the strange fate of Trevor…
This tedious exploration of life, love and sex within the world of rock 'n' roll might be better titled "Six Dysfunctional Characters in Search of a Plot." Playwright Steven Dietz has created some…
Multi-Tony-nominated writer-composer John LaChiusa ("The Wild Party," "Marie Christine") has wrought a melodious but substance-deprived sojourn into the private lives of some of the most public women…
"The Blue Room," David Hare's contemporary version of Schnitzler's classic "La Ronde," is in part about the risks one takes for making the effort to connect with people. The theater, too, can require…
Ball's play, "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress," about a group of bridesmaids in the South, displays flashes of what would become a sparklingly sharp wit, an ability to craft efficient…
Randy Harrison ("Queer as Folk") will make his Gotham stage debut in "A Letter From Ethel Kennedy" at MCC Theater.
Writer-actress Jenny Sullivan's semiautobiographical chronicle of life with film star dad Barry Sullivan (1912-1994) and her mentally challenged older brother Johnny has moved to West Hollywood's…
"Urinetown" is beginning to look like the little tuner that could. Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann's unlikely hit musical about a drought-inflicted city whose citizens are charged a fee to pee is now a…
Broadway wins one, loses one. Back in the dark ages of November 2001, two out-of-the-box proposals surfaced to help guarantee that Broadway would still be alive when spring sprung.
Robert Hofler: Noises Off