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Jen Silverman's quintet of unhappy gender bashing Betty Boops doesn't always achieve its satiric aim
Richard Nelson has Chekhov's unhappy Russians air their unhappiness and grievances around a kitchen table
The Mint takes a new look at Lillian Hellman failed play.
another movie hit sings and dances to Broadway, this one with an essentially sleazy pair turned into fairy tale romantic lovers. . .
this newly devised musical leans mighty . heavily on better shows based on similar scenario
It would be nice to see this first Broadway production by an Asian-American woman as a sign that America will soon be a more welcoming place for people of all backgrounds, color…
Jukebox musicals come simple and glitzy-- like this elaborately staged mashup of a 16th Century romance and the Go-Go songbook. . .
Joshua Bergasse's dynamic choreography and direction make this revival just the respits we all need from what nature and the White House has been sending our way
Rebecca Naomi Jones delivers dauntingly long monologues with plenty of fire and verve though Rinne Groff's play fails to fully live up to its potential
This doesn't have the fire and fury of August Osage County. But any theatergoer who appreciates fine acting and willing to tackle a challengingly
structured play won'…
this musical's story will never be without credibility issues but as adapted and directed by Charlotte Moore, it's now more fun than flawed.
John Doyle applies his essential staging style tithis rare revival at Classic Stage. And it works!
Audible's latest production at the Minetta Lane Theater stars Carey Mulligan in a contemporary marital drama which ends with a nod to the Greek tragedians
a provoative new play with a riveting Stephen Rea as its central character
a better late than never revival of Miles Malleson's political love story
The delightful Shakespeare inspired musical is terrific as ever at New World Stages
A new play about the have and have not society's effect on equal educational opportunities. . .
Well acted, nicely staged but flawed new play from the New Group.
The sublime cast of dancers headed by two stars from Broadway and the classical Ballet World beautifully evokes the glad, sad and and scary elements of this half a century spanning …
Stephen Adly Guirgis's early play still a terrific dark human comedy
Dominique Morisseau's bluesy tribute to August Wilson, with a noirish nod to Tennessee Williams
Alan Ayckbourn's latest comedy is more the history of an ordinary man and an extraordinarily grand house
a big-voice femal quartet in a timely if not groundbreaking musical about issues dividing modern American families
Even in a disappointing production like this, Williams's language still gives Marin Ireland, this Alma, an opportunity to break our hearts.
A deliciously song and dance infused revival of Tom Stoppard's absurdist farce
the latest "jukesical" to hit Broadway, this one with 3 Donna Summers
Lucy Thurber's well directed, staged and acted but flawed new play
A lavishly staged new production of the ever "loverly" classic musical
the best reason to see this little known 18th Century playwright's farce, is that it's adapted by wordsmith extraordinary
The billion dollar franchise is sure to be a theatrical juggernaut
A wonderful cast and dances retains this favorite from the Golden Age of Musicals ear and eye hugging sizzle.