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In 90 minutes. Give or take how many laughs pile up during the performance. And there are many.
If it is possible to get double Tony Awards for portraying Dorothy Michaels and Michael Dorsey then Santino Fontana should be the one to get them.
Arthur Miller dishes out the drama bit by bit as we discover what it is that makes this family tick until it explodes like the thunderstorm that opens the drama.
This weird madhouse of cartoon characters and puppets and ridiculous goings-on has been directed by that mad-cap director Alex Timbers. After the intermission I didn’t think it could get a…
The show belongs to Jonny Lee Miller and he does a fantastic job but we don’t really care for any of them. Murdoch lives on.
From the opening notes of “Oh What a Beautiful Morning” sung quietly by Curly with only his guitar and his twang we are in the newly found territory created by Daniel Fish that is a wond…
With wit and a huge heart. All the elements come together to make a most satisfying journey through the land of love
As Lear goes mad, one sitting and watching and listening while awaiting the end may grow madder. I did. If rosemary is for remembrance this KING LEAR should be forgotten.
A sometimes exciting, sometimes repetitive, sometimes off the track lavish sweaty and sultry production
Heidi Schreck is quite funny and engaging and verbose and smart and a clever storyteller with an agenda. Patience and persistence and passion have paid off.
Moving along at a speed much faster than a vintage LP recording thanks to a turntable and conveyor belt that seem appropriate for this well-oiled assembly line product
A wild romp through the memory of Edmund Gowery – a venture capitalist who once wrote a hit play “Internal Structure of Stars” - if you are adventurous
Still trying to “chill out” after seeing the social media cult sensation sci-fi cautionary teenage tale of woe musical
Get thee hence and luxuriate in the music of Cole Porter who is on a par with Shakespeare as a master of words. “So in Love” says it all.
It’s the best of folks and the worst of folks – featuring the good the bad and the truth. An unflinching look at race relations that is as relevant today as it was then.
Unfortunately Paul Dano is totally miscast and so half of the equation goes missing in this very uneven production. While Ethan Hawke makes up for that in spades. Perhaps a bit too much in…
First produced by the Manhattan Theatre Club off-Broadway in 2013 CHOIR BOY has had some repair work done. Some further repairs are called for
Davy, a friend, summed up THE CHER SHOW succinctly as we left. “Well, it’s cheaper than going to Vegas.” I have to agree.
Lee Hall has adapted this eerie, frightening and pertinent production currently running at The Belasco Theatre
A clever, tuneful, original, uproariously funny, sweet and chock full of show-stopping numbers that is at the Longacre Theatre.
Kerry Washington distraught and rapidly losing her patience with the young white officer on duty awaits hearing news about her son Jamal who has not returned home. Nine hours missing.
This silver back gorilla has its eyes on success in New York but unfortunately for all its technological wonders the production falls way short
A Rolaids-like cure for indigestible musicals can be found at the Westside Theatre in this very clever, tuneful and bouncy 90 minute escapist journey
a spry 86 with all her faculties and comic instincts intact in Kenneth Lonergan's loss of memory, memory play
A fascinating, honest and true to life representation of human relationships and the sadness of love.
Act I as they set us up is quite a snooze. Act II zany. Don’t be snookered by all this malarkey.
Other than the I-am-the-star performance of Janet McTeer, BERNHARDT/HAMLET is a slow going and disappointing affair where the real Sarah Bernhardt remains elusive.
PRETTY WOMAN is at times pleasurable at best. With some fine performers having to plod through a very mediocre and much too loud score.
Get thee hence quickly to see this boisterous, bawdy and beautiful production. In plain English GO!
A slight, three scene sit-com with superfluous curtain raiser.
This valiant production “adapted” and directed by Charlotte Moore appears to bring back the good ol’ summer stock days of yore.