Pop (ne James Osterberg ) tore through music from his two recent Virgin albums, "Brick by Brick" and the current "American Caesar," as well as songs that ran the gamut of his long, strange and…
As one of America's more penetrating and sociological playwrights, Lee Blessing delves into a topic that will leave most people drained and their thoughts spinning: serial murderers and the country's…
On opening night, the "Damn Yankees" set had some first-act trouble with a stairway that didn't always move the way it was supposed to. And that just about sums up the show's minuses.
A new cast takes easy occupancy of "The Sisters Rosensweig," and if the show has a balance that was heretofore lacking, it misses the standout performances and audience-pleasing highs of the previous…
The mountains are rustic and the moral landscape bleak in this Michener-esque saga about eastern Kentucky culture as told through several generations of lawless pioneers.
For most of October, Paul Simon will be in residence at the Paramount for a gig billed as "The Concert of a Lifetime" and pegged to a new album spanning the 36 years in which he became arguably the…
Nostalgia got a slap in the face when Bob Dylan and Carlos Santana took similar approaches in presenting their catalogs at the Hollywood Bowl. Both proffered a huge dollop of material unknown to…
Reviewed Sept. 29, 1993.
Also: Patrick Kerr, Scott Whitehurst, Richard Poe and Harriet Harris.