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Tammy Blanchard finally won the role she always felt she was meant to play. Here's how she handles the comedy and pain of the complex 'Little Shop of Horrors' character.
This film tracks the real-life affair between Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf in 1920s London.
This head-scratcher of a rock spectacle quickly wears out its welcome.
The Broadway icon Harold “Hal” Prince has passed away, leaving a legacy behind.
Reinvention is a recurring theme in this intriguing but not altogether rewarding musical.
A handful of mini-plays honors Vaclav Havel.
Two 40-year-old playlets are linked by an overlapping character and a made-up lingo.
You ve seen this story before, but the new film version looks and sounds tremendous.
This concert-style production celebrates the everyday American worker.
Hadestown and The Ferryman were among the big winners, with each taking home multiple awards.
Even when chaos kicks in, Donald Margulies’ drama is predictable.
Although Carla Ching’s script is uneven, her subject and characters are intriguing.
His-and-her nudity is front and center in “Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune” — but this rom-dram’s success isn’t measured in flesh alone. Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon …
Kenneth Branagh s film portrait of Shakespeare features fine performances and striking cinematography.
Sam Shepard’s bleak family saga is handled capably by this ensemble.
Despite great songs, this revival of an old story is full of missteps.
Tony nominations have been announced, with Hadestown leading the field with 14 nods.
This modest yet engaging revival boasts period detail and a tightknit ensemble.
Adding another high school musical to the mix, this one is loud and lively but lacking in surprises.
John Guare’s befuddling new memory play chases a lot of themes without really catching any of them.
While not every choice lands, you can be sure that this revival is swinging for the fences.
The film’s sweeter charms and magic have gone missing in this transfer to the stage.
James Graham’s bracing play about tabloid journalism is full of terrific performances and excitement.
It’s got fart gags galore, but “Gary” isn’t a gas — it’s more like hot air. Subtitled “A Sequel to Titus Andronicus,” the labored comedy that opened Sunday night picks up whe…
Not even two of the brightest stage stars — Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow — can make “Hillary and Clinton” more than a wispy exercise. The barbed comedy that opened Thursday night …
If you come to “Burn This” expecting fireworks from Adam Driver and Keri Russell, be patient: The play that opened on Broadway Tuesday night takes a while to combust. Fresh from “The A…
Get ready — here they come! “Ain’t Too Proud” arrived on Broadway Thursday night buoyed by a surge of nostalgia and a slew of Motown hits. But anyone who’s seen the earlier jukebox…
Whether she’s hitting high notes or swatting her male co-star, Kelli O’Hara — funny and fierce — is reason enough to see “Kiss Me, Kate.” This 70-year-old hodgepodge of showbiz s…
Martha Plimpton delivers covers of Aimee Mann's songs alongside stories of troubled American commanders-in-chief (so many choices!) for the latest American Songbook Series.
These two solo shows offer meditations on big topics but don t make much of an impact.
This take on Irving Berlin’s 1950 musical comedy is a smooth but unremarkable ride.