The Stage Dive Off Broadway roundup.
Hero worship and its discontents.
Simon Russell Beale steals the show — because there is no show.
'The Talls,' 'Olive and the Bitter Herbs,' and 'HotelMotel.'
It's turned into cutting-edge nostalgia.
Zach Braff comes to the Empire State.
And this time, he's not seven feet tall, either.
Also: The return of 'Hair.'
Also reviewed with 'SILENCE! The Musical' is the a cappella aliens revue 'Voca People.'
Still hurting for some untrammeled femme-dom energy, even after getting worked over by Tyne Daly in 'Master Class'? Well, unwrap your hard candies now.
The fine distinction between self-deluded and genuinely tragic.
Zarkana: Barely rock, barely opera—but look at those folks fly!
Shakespearean weddings, in and out of town.
'Sex Lives of Our Parents' and 'No Child . '
The closet at Harvard, ca. 1920.
Bouquets to playwright Amy Herzog.
Theater Reviews: The Not-Exactly-Lost Tennessee Williams Returns; Plus: The Tiny Thriller That Could
Moisés Kaufman has brought us the great late Tennessee Williams play that never was.
Sing out, Shaggs!
A joy at the end of a downer week.
Start with Derek Jacobi's Lear.
Theater Review: The Dazzling, Dizzying Tangle of Tony Kushner’s The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism With a Key to the Scriptures
We’re overwhelmed, yet at the same time strangely quarantined from the action.
Advertised as the story of the Shirelles, this jukebox musical from the creator of 'Million Dollar Quartet' is actually about the white housewife who discovered them.
If it’s been too long since you’ve been ravished by fulminating righteousness, then perhaps it’s time to get reacquainted with Larry Kramer's foundational play about AIDS.
Like its principal characters played by Ben Stiller, Edie Falco, and Jennifer Jason Leigh, this John Guare revival feels, for all its determination, caged in its own dreamworld.