Though a communal dance in the first act lasts just long enough to recall "Dancing at Lughnasa" two years ago, "Wonderful Tennessee" is a smaller, darker and more personal work. The raptures that…
The Twilight of the Golds" ought to have a run on Broadway, not because it's great -- it's not -- or because it promises unforgettable acting in choice roles -- it doesn't. This play by newcomer…
When an album as grandly produced as "Siamese Dream" is released by a band with as big a buzz as the Smashing Pumpkins, speculation quickly begins on whether the band will manage the often-delicate…
A few weeks before Robert Plant's latest Es Paranza/Atlantic album, "Fate of Nations," was released earlier this summer, the British singer issued a press release denouncing the direction that his…
Band: Christopher Guardino, Nick Ariondo, Steuart Liebig, Gary Ferguson.
Reviewed Oct. 15, 1993.
Music-theater devotees should journey to Toronto for this resplendent and powerful rethinking of "Show Boat," Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II's 1927 watershed show, directed by Harold Prince and…
The Roundabout Theater's production of "She Loves Me," which opened in June, was a charming revival of a charming show.
Coming of age in post-Prohibition New York, coming to terms with one's ethnic heritage and coming to an understanding with one's father are the intertwined motifs of Herb Gardner's "Conversations…
Playwright Erik Jendresen has taken an odd and true story, added a layer of metaphysics and crafted an intriguing play, well directed and acted.