Emcee: Bill Cosby.
Magic sometimes springs from little theaters. In the case of "Indigo Blues," magic flies. A story set in the deep South about two sisters who love the same man, the play offers lives as complex and…
Hocus pocus. The Los Angeles Music Center Opera's presentation of Engelbert Humperdinck's 1893 fairy tale opera, "Hansel and Gretel," which opened Friday for a six performance run (through June 21)…
Reviewed June 11, 1992.
Kings X has been threatening to break into the arena league for a couple of years, but for now must be content with headlining shows at smallish theaters like this one.
Director David Galligan has updated John Herbert's "Fortune and Men's Eyes" by a decade, to 1978, and changed one of the characters from black to Caucasian. The changes don't add much, but they don't…
NEW YORK--A polished and very agreeable program of Stephen Sondheim's songs should make for a spirited "Great Performances" telecast next year, when this benefit for Carnegie Hall is slated for…
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…
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