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The West End import is a hit for kids and theater buffs alike.
After the misfires of previous productions, someone finally gets this play right.
Although this play was incendiary in 1987, it packs much less of a punch today.
Reviews of Network and American Son.
The giant state-of-the-art animatronics are undercut by how bad this musical is on all other fronts.
Quality music, acting and stage production help sell this nostalgia vehicle.
Revivals of LOBBY HERO and more reviewed.
Condola Rashad gives a bright, big-hearted performance as Joan of Arc.
There s plenty of stage magic to behold, but the Broadway version of Frozen fails to exceed expectations.
Reviews of Good for Otto, Jerry Springer: The Opera, and At Home at the Zoo.
From the music to the costumes to the four-legged tap-dance, SpongeBob is a hit.
The changes made to this modern classic end up deadening the mysteries of the show.
Reviews of The Government Inspector and Cost of Living.
Last look at the Broadway season.
Reviews of current Broadway shows.
Big, loud, silly chaos ensues in this play within a play.
What's new in NY, including The Front Page and Othello.
While not Lynn Nottage s best work, Sweat takes on political discord with sincerity.
Review of a new interactive entertainment for families.
Review of the Off Broadway revival.
While this may be a musical from another era, the songs still ring true.
A review of the new stage adaptation.
Reviews of new shows.