The gorgeous garden of the Bernstein score has been cultivated with humor and intelligence: no cutesiness, no compromises -- it's long, it's demanding but it's fine. And for a production without a…
Playwright Itamar Moses ("The Four of Us") graduated from Berkeley High in 1994, the setting for this juicy if ultimately unsatisfying drama.
The Goodman Theater isn't calling the tuner "The Turn of the Century" a Broadway tryout. But with a book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, producer Elizabeth I. McCann attached, director Tommy…
It takes almost two hours, but "Taboos" does get interesting. Scribe Carl Djerassi's conclusions about scientifically assisted reproduction are so pointed they could spark a volatile debate, and…
Sheila Daniels has a recurring arctic dream. In it, she hops from iceberg to iceberg, barely making it to the next before water swallows up the last.
The New York Musical Theater Festival, which last week began its fifth annual outing, now has on its list of alums a Broadway show, another aiming for the Rialto this spring and several that have…
The road got a 19.2% bump in Week 16 (Sept. 8-14), bringing the total gross for the 13-show slate to $10,833,496 and more than compensating for last week's decline.
Broadway rebounded a bit in Week 16 (Sept. 8-14), but only a bit, in the wake of the $4 million post-Labor Day hit taken during the prior frame.
Mandy Patinkin has a beautiful voice, as warm and golden as honey spooned from a jar -- the perfect voice to sing us through "The Tempest," the most musical of Shakespeare's late plays.
Jonathan Pryce will topline the revival of the 1975 Athol Fugard play "Dimetos" at London's Donmar Warehouse in the spring.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Charles Dickens was referring to 1775 in that famous opening line, but it might also be applied to 1985. The arrival of "Les Miserables" that year…