Fight for your life.
Softening a cult classic for the stage.
Nathan Lane in a family affair.
A beloved flop rolls anew with Daniel Radcliffe.
The big Broadway musical returns.
Jim Parsons wants to be seen Off Broadway.
Rock stars have kidnapped Broadway.
An American classic is now an American horror story.
A new look at a venerable classic.
A would-be revolutionary revival.
A family reckoning for Tom Stoppard.
Sondheim’s fractured fairy tales are a four-star frolic.
The Dane, Dylan, and doomscrolling.
Sarah Silverman’s “pee” for tolerance and understanding.
The Bard at the BBQ.
A wild ride ends.
Revivals of The Music Man and Plaza Suite shake up Broadway.
Outstanding in any language.
A provocative new musical.
Michael Jackson, the jukebox musical.
On the job, barely, in Detroit.
Not your mother’s O’Neill.
A post-Sondheim celebration.
She’s one hell of a restaurateur.
Dropping in on David Hyde Pierce.
An actor tries to rewrite the script for Black performers–in 1955.
Three women in the fullness of time.
An acclaimed musical returns.
I like British plays about topical goings-on that are presented with a certain amount of flair and eccentricity, such as Ink, a recent favorite. A musical-ish Rupert Murdoch? I’m there…