Review: ‘Blue’


Blue" is a refreshing and enjoyable comedy about the travails of an upper-middle-class Southern black family coping with the rigors of excess. It also provides a delightful vehicle for actress…

Tonys see double


The Tony Awards seem to be turning into a time machine permanently stuck in the year 1949. Last year, a revival of "Death of a Salesman" topped the 53rd annual Tony tally, and this year, at Sunday…

Tony Winners List


Winners in large type. PLAY “Copenhagen,” author Michael Frayn and producers Michael Codron, Lee Dean, Royal National Theater, James M. Nederlander, Roger Berlind, Scott Rudin, Elizabeth I. McCann…

Review: ‘Defiled’


Two exceedingly pleasing performances from familiar faces make the world premiere of "Defiled" a certain commercial success for the Geffen Playhouse. Peter Falk and Jason Alexander are so very…

Review: ‘Snakebit’


"Snakebit," receiving its West Coast premiere at the Coast Playhouse, is an actor's first playwriting effort, so it's almost predictable that the work's strengths involve character rather than plot…

Review: ‘Fall’


In recent years a spate of films and plays have used ballroom dancing as a metaphor for life. Now comes Bridget Carpenter's new Susan Smith Blackburn prize-winning play "Fall," a coming-of-age play…

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