'The Women'

Review: ‘The Women’


Widely and unjustly dismissed as a self-hating misogynist screed, Clare Boothe Luce's 1936 "The Women" has found a director who prizes women and appreciates the play's specific satirical aims.

Jennifer Rudin


Jennifer Rudin, whose job involves scouring the country for young actors to appear in the stage versions of "Mary Poppins," "The Lion King" and "The Little Mermaid," should know a thing or two about…

Jason Robert Brown


Broadway isn't just for old fogeys. Case in point: The new Broadway tuner "13," which features an all-teen cast and orchestra. The show marks the Rialto debut for almost all of its performers.

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