For all its yearning, "Flip Side" plays like a romp. Tough questions about personal identity are wrapped in visual wit and endearing performances, making the show, from avant-garde staples the…
At last, a play for the Moldovan balloon wrangler in all of us. Saviana Stanescu's "Aliens With Extraordinary Skills" is about as structurally sound as an old cobweb, but, like a cobweb, it's hard…
Wig Out!" is a fierce drag show, but it's wobbly theater. Set in the world of drag houses, where gay and transgender folks compete for trophies at elaborate balls, the show sizzles with style…
The best parts of Stephen Belber's "Fault Lines" are enjoyed with your lips clamped tightly shut around that guilty snicker that will probably get out, egged on by the excellent Dominic Fumusa as a…
Tom Robbins' novel "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues" was made into a movie by Gus Van Sant in the early '90s. It bombed. Now, Jennifer Sue Johnson has adapted the novel into a play for Seattle's Book-It…
"The Lion King" will pounce on Vegas in the spring, with the legit tuner opening a sit-down production at the Mandalay Bay in May.
Thesps Chester Gregory and Kecia Lewis-Evans have departed "Shrek The Musical," with Daniel Breaker ("Passing Strange") stepping in for Gregory.
Audacious in its ambition but not fully satisfying in its execution, Frank Galati's adaptation of Haruki Murakami's vastly evocative novel "Kafka on the Shore" possesses plenty to admire but not…
I WAS sitting right next to my friend, Renee Zellweger, at Michael's when up behind us comes Harry Connick, Jr. who twined his arms around both of us and opined to me that Renee "is the one single…
Daniel Radcliffe, the "Harry Potter" star who made his Broadway debut in Thursday's Rialto revival of "Equus," wasn't nervous about opening night until his costumer told him to be.