Theater Review: Sense & Sensibility & Speediness
A pity Grease itself isn't better.
He has the best play set in the worst apartment.
One of the most popular plays in America has never been in New York.
Richard Greenberg returns.
Just days after an abrupt cast change.
Michael Frayn's great farce crashes and bangs its way back onstage.
He represents a grand slam of talents that is nearly unprecedented in musical theater.
Sixth time's the charm.
The Hudson goes legit.
Why not just let it be?
Plus a highly un-neutral look at Once Upon a Mattress.
The Humans, A View From the Bridge, Hamilton, and more.
Bowie falls to Earth.
Give my regards to Black Sabbath.
The problem is the show itself.
How much sympathy do you have for billionaires?
What we say we want in a musical.