"The strength of parable and a brief length to match."
"Earnest, on-the-nose, and exhaustively idiot-proofed."
Go see some theater this weekend, why don't ya?
B.Y.O. welding mask.
"No girl ever made me watch it! And the only girl I knew who did watch it was my mother. My mother would call me and ask me, 'What's funky spunk?'"
Harrison, TX, Richard III, and Coriolanus
This whole operation feels a little buried in its own footprint. Yet the cumulative result is inescapably magical.
"A long, wet, occasionally musical fart unsphinctered in a crowded theater."
One singular sensation.
Really, really unexpected charms.
Leading lady Kelli Barrett was previously seen in Baby, It's You!
The cast takes Harrelson's yoga class.
You in danger, musical.
"Blanchett is a genuinely gifted physical comedienne."
This new chamber musical is a production to remember and celebrate, as well as the announcement of several major talents.
The TV show's 98-year-old director has a story for it.
It's about an evangelist. Or as Kathie Lee would say, AN EVANGELIST.
Won an Oscar for 1947's Gentleman's Agreement.
Fela! returns, along with Caryl Churchill's Serious Money. Plus Spiegelworld!
We watch this Macbeth with deep interest, with great admiration, but not with much concern.
And see a slideshow of his many animated expressions.
Catch the Shakespeare classic in a Greenwich park.
How do you solve a problem like casting a new Sound of Music?