- March 7, 2011
- Butch Femme
Will Swenson becomes Broadway's most virile "queen."
- February 21, 2011
- The Accidental Actress
Grace Gummer joins the family business, after a few detours.
- February 14, 2011
- Blogger With a Quill
Oscar nominee Geoffrey Rush moves from a king’s speech to a madman’s diary.
- February 7, 2011
- A Weirder Tennessee
Williams’s late work gets a new shake on his 100th birthday.
- January 17, 2011
- The Greatest Musical: “I Can’t Live With ‘West Side Story’ Not Being Among the Finalists”
Carousel suffers from political incorrectness. A Chorus Line trips up on its score. And then there’s the vexing question of Porgy and Bess.
- January 3, 2011
- NASCAR for Gleeks
Whatever finally becomes of the show itself, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark has succeeded at creating a new kind of New York entertainment.
- December 13, 2010
- The Year in Theater
Scott Brown's top ten theater productions of 2010.
- November 29, 2010
- A Web and a Prayer
This week, the world will finally get its first look at Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. But the most expensive musical in Broadway history has already had an epic run—battling bankruptcy, broken wrists, unruly technology, and one comic villain disguised as a Post columnist. And at the center of it all, perched over her “God mike,” is the relentless and inventive Julie Taymor.
- November 22, 2010
- Weird Science
Jennifer Coolidge reveals the methods behind her oddball humor, now on Broadway.
- November 15, 2010
- Minstrels, With Irony
Two high-steppin’ reasons to see The Scottsboro Boys.