Albee, seen and raised.
Emma Thompson sings!
From Austin to Broadway.
"What started as a study of passionate love between great equals winds up as a count-the-corpses Grand Guignol."
"Neither the director nor time itself has diminished the effectiveness."
"The Bridges of Madison County, though based on an insipid novel, is a very serious musical indeed."
The years have done nothing to curdle that ultracreamy voice.
"Though Dinner with Friends is funny throughout, it is too meditative to be called a comedy."
"Busch falls back on the old stuff when he’s stuck."
"It's barely a musical at all."
Swing and a miss.
"You smell like desire." I do?
If Eliza Doolittle were from Occupy Wall Street.
As authentically Irish as a Shamrock Shake.
"She’s the best professor you could ever imagine. So what if the result has no business calling itself a play?"
The sensational 1920s Snyder trial, fictionalized.
A tapestry that droops.