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Eugene Ionesco’s absurdist drama “Rhinoceros” (in which humans suddenly turn into rhinoceroses) will receive its first production in Yiddish (with English supertitles) at the Castillo …
Brooke Shields at “Jonah and Otto.”
A WILDER CHRISTMAS: The award-winning Peccadillo Theater Company has extended its revivals of two rarely seen holiday one-acts by Thornton Wilder. Info: Through Jan. 10.
Though stretching back to 1960s countercultural folklore, Hair has lost none of its political fervor and intense emotions.
The fact that its plot appears contrived and familiar is truly no matter. What 'Coram Boy' delivers is a larger-than-life, truly moving theatrical experience that can be appreciated by a wid…
"It's Alive!" cried Dr. Victor Frankenstein, upon witnessing the current cast of Broadway's The Color Purple, which has suddenly sprung to life over a year and a half following its Broadway birth.
"November," David Mamet's first play to ever open cold on Broadway, should seem like pretty exciting stuff. And while it's still an uneven, half-baked play, it's also a good deal of fun.
Not only does "Legally Blonde" look like a big wad of pink bubblegum, it feels like one too. After five minutes, the flavor is gone.
Fishburne is stunning and spectacular while arguing the appeal of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education case. Perhaps someday he can play Thurgood Marshall in a better play.
In spite of the thin plot, the excellent acting displayed by the small cast makes "The Seafarer" a fairly enlivening experience.
“Elling,” a delicate parable about male outcasts that combines elements of “The Odd Couple” and “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” might have been w…
This is hardly a breakthrough play, but it's also not a bad start for the new Broadway season.
At a jam-packed 90-minutes, "Xanadu" provides the giddiest dose of silliness to be found on Broadway this summer.