David Wilcox's boyish sensitivity appeals to the coffeehouse crowd who immerse themselves in his clever, poetic lyrics.
The final entry in the British Invasion of Broadway, 1994 edition, "The Rise and Fall of Little Voice" comes with an American sub-pedigree. The new production of Jim Cartwright's play, first staged…
Anemic, flat and static, Mary B. Robinson's staging of "Othello" gives us little to look at and less to listen to. Campbell Scott's Iago lacks brilliance of mind, Bruce A. Young's Othello lacks…
Composer-lyricist William Finn's "Falsettos" is about life and death, self-loathing and self-acceptance, loss and compromise. And it's fun. The musical offers laughs and tears, at least five terrific…
J.B. Priestley's spooky wartime call for global unity gets an outlandish reading from young director Stephen Daldry and designer Ian MacNeil. Like the season's other Royal National Theater export…
The buzz on Stockton's Pavement is beginning to reach deafening levels.
Verdi drew his "Falstaff" from Shakespeare's "Merry Wives," but before the forces at Long Beach succeeded in getting the opera onto a stage, several other Shakespearean sources also seem to have been…
Records are made to be broken, but it's going to be awfully hard to top the $ 3 million gross expected in the first week of "The Lion King's" Radio City Music Hall engagement in New York.
Disney's Broadway production of "Beauty and the Beast" had ticket sales of $ 603,494 on April 19, breaking the record for ticket sales on the day after opening, as was noted in Thursday's Daily…
Arthur Miller's new play opens in a Broadway environment openly hostile to new play production, and it's a bleak, intimate tale that unfolds, despite a few laughs, darkly. It's the kind of…