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Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden were beauty-industry pioneers, yet the new musical War Paint doesn’t make their lives dramatically alluring. Thankfully, Patti LuPone and Christine Eb…
Bobby Cannavale gives an electric performance in a play that hasn t lost relevance in 100 years.
While not without its highlights, this production doesn t pack the punch that its subject matter demands.
Despite its flaws, the Roundabout Theatre Company’s revival of Arthur Miller’s The Price is a potent and penetrating family drama.
Lynn Nottage’s piercing look into the lives of blue-collar workers in Reading, Pennsylvania, post-NAFTA, is a cry from working-class America.
This heartfelt but overly sentimental original musical, a Canadian import, could get lost amid all the blockbuster Broadway musicals opening in April.
They’re writing songs of love, but not for Jordan Berman. The main character in Joshua Harmon’s powerful first Broadway play, Significant Other, is falling apart as his best friends part…
If there remains any doubt that August Wilson is one of the 20th century’s greatest American playwrights, Manhattan Theatre Club’s revival of Jitney erases it.
Mike Bartlett s play takes a jaundiced look at the Baby Boomers through two characters with plenty to learn.
Josh Groban as you’ve never seen him before, making his Broadway debut in a sumptuous new musical unlike any the Great White Way has seen.
The way we look at love and family has changed dramatically in the quarter century since Falsettos premiered on Broadway. Lincoln Center Theater’s beautifully wrought revival of William Fi…
"Nick Kroll and John Mulaney are Broadway's oddest couple in Oh, Hello on Broadway"?
"The Encounter" a feast for the mind and the senses, and an exciting kickoff to the Broadway season.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson makes a winning return to Broadway for the first time since Modern Family thrust him into the sitcom spotlight.
An explosive, resonant revival of The Crucible, Miller’s 1953 drama about fear and persecution during the Salem witch trials.
You can hear the echo of Death of a Salesman in Stephen Karam’s outstanding family drama The Humans, and the best new work by an American scribe this season.
Trudi Jackson and Mark Rice-Oxley in Playing With Grown Ups.Although Playing with Grown Ups isn't entirely successful as a play, it's refreshing to see a completely unsentimental look at mot…
Watch out for Linda Lavin. In Richard Greenberg’s new memory play Our Mother’s Brief Affair, the septuagenarian actress delivers her lines with a restrained bite that accentuates their s…
Misery marks the Broadway debut of movie action man Bruce Willis.
George Takei pledges Allegiance to Broadway.
Keira Knightley's Broadway debut in Thérèse Raquin is a "dangerless" liaison
A game of cards becomes a volatile affair for James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson in The Gin Game.
Clive Owen stars in transfixing revival of Harold Pinter's 'Old Times' ...
Not many new musicals come to Broadway with a title song that’s been a classic for centuries. But it’s one element the well-intentioned and occasionally evocative Amazing Grace has going…
One of New York’s greatest troupers is set to retire after she reprises a smashing role in Scenes from an Execution
Thank the comedy gods for Jim Parsons. The Emmy-winning sitcom actor turns frankincense into gold as the titular character in An Act of God.
This enduring dark comedy falls short of its full comedic and tragic potential.
Samuel D. Hunter's eloquent new drama about a group of struggling craft store workers gets a superbly acted and directed production.
Lots of young writers spin fictional stories from real worlds they know. But not too many have the experience to tell the tale of a juvenile who's committed murder.
Elisabeth Gray gives a dazzling performance in this cleverly conceived "solo show" which examines the life of the late poet.
The award-winning actor discusses his collaboration with director Ivo van Hove on NYTW's The Little Foxes.