Emerging through a column of smoke at the center of a darkened stage, Ian McKellen delivers the monologue that opens "Richard III" in a tight, intense voice that quickly establishes the production's…
With "The Price," the Roundabout has come up with the most consistent and rewarding production of its first Broadway season, a well cast and thoughtfully staged revival of Arthur Miller's stirring…
Plagued by an unwillingness to examine the issues it presents, "One of Those Days" glibly flits from topic to topic like a skittish butterfly. Playwright Rod Parker joins the ranks of those writers…
The title "My Visits With MGM" both misleads and describes the action exactly. There are no lions, filmmakers or Hollywood here. The MGM of the title refers to "my grandmother Marta," and indeed, the…
Bands: Yngwie Malmsteen Reviewed May 30, 1992.
Reviewed June 2, 1992.
One of the few positive things that can be said about RTZ--which includes former members of the '70s supergroup Boston--is that the absence of Boston founder Tom Scholz--famous as much for the…
Southern California is blessed with two quite different productions of Alan Ayckbourn's tragic comedy about a woman's descent into madness -- one at South Coast Repertory, the other at the Tiffany…
SAN DIEGO--Clare Boothe Luce's 1936 "The Women," with its soapy plot and unrelenting portrayal of upper-crust bitchiness, hardly seems like a play for now. Or especially for NOW. Not one of its…
The grandeur, the spectacle, the volume. Is it any wonder this legendary band's new single is titled "The Majesty of Rock?" They are Spinal Tap.
Even in the big space of the Strand, Les Paul's act still has amazing intimacy, and plenty to teach any performer.
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