After smash runs everywhere and possibly forever in London, the "Dreamcoat" juggernaut has landed in New York with a big cast, four choruses, sets that are at once humorous and spectacular, and $ 5.5…
It's probably a telling comment on contemporary theater that one of Broadway's biggest recent hits was a revival of "Guys and Dolls," a musical that was 42 years old when the new production opened in…
Opened Oct. 4 and reviewed Oct. 18, 1993; runs through Dec. 12.
Also with: Faith Collins, Lauren Daniels, Brian Evans, Shaun Kilburn, Mark O'Bar, Thom Rivera, Tracy Yates.
When an adaptation of a classic play is labeled a "travesty" of the original, one enters the theater with certain expectations. Most of these are shattered by the new production of Charles Ludlam's…
First, each sketch is scored by an appropriate melody on the keyboards, then a stream-of-consciousness melody takes over as sketch after sketch pokes fun at these modern times.
It's a case of two steps forward and one step back for Tears for Fears' Roland Orzabal. While the move to what's basically a solo project now (Orzabal no longer works with former partner Curt Smith)…
Performer/playwright Grace Walcott gives a vigorous and penetrating performance as a psychotic woman and her daughter in the one-woman "What's Wrong With This Picture?" While the universality of…
Thus the gentle, philosophical "Bernabe" comes as a surprise. The tone of this 23-year-old work, originally written for Valdez's El Teatro Campesino, is anything but preachy. And while it makes a…
East West Players' new "29 1/2 Dreams: Women Walking Through Walls" offers an occasionally interesting feminine perspective on relationships, various societal ills and dysfunction. The problem facing…