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SANS CONSCIENCE
DON JUAN
at Pearl Theatre Company

SANS CONSCIENCE
This modern adaptation leans more toward the comedy and comes up short on the more dramatic aspects.
Reviewed by: BRIAN SCOTT LIPTON READ MORE
FROM SUBLIME TO RIDICULOUS
THE NEW YORK SEASON
FROM SUBLIME TO RIDICULOUS
A trip to Broadway this season can leave you soaring or soured, depending on which play you pick.
Reviewed by: CLIVE HIRSCHHORN READ MORE
A FRESH CLASSIC
THE KING AND I
at Vivian Beaumont Theater

A FRESH CLASSIC

Bartlett Sher's staging is a delectable feast for the eyes, ears and heart.

Reviewed by: DIANE SNYDER READ MORE
GOING FOR THE GOLD
TONY NOMINATIONS
GOING FOR THE GOLD
With no clear favorite in some big categories, it's anyone's guess who will take home Tony Awards this year.
Reviewed by: MATT WINDMAN READ MORE
EXTRA FANTASTIC
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
at Palace Theatre

EXTRA FANTASTIC
This dance-infused fantasy, as reimagined, delves deeper than the original.
Reviewed by: SANDY MACDONALD READ MORE
LITTLE GIRLS
GIGI
at Neil Simon Theatre

LITTLE GIRLS
Although curious choices guide this revival, the score of the musical lives on.
Reviewed by: JOANNE KAUFMAN READ MORE
LOST SOULS
AIRLINE HIGHWAY
at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

LOST SOULS
Lisa D’Amour’s new play is a welter of empty talk and patronizing clichés about the ennobled underclass.
Reviewed by: JOANNE KAUFMAN READ MORE
FOUL-MOUTHED PUPPETS
HAND TO GOD
at Booth Theatre

FOUL-MOUTHED PUPPETS
This smart, irreverent new comedy makes Broadway a more exciting, youth-friendly place.
Reviewed by: MATT WINDMAN READ MORE
WEALTHIEST WOMAN IN THE WORLD
THE VISIT
at Lyceum Theatre

WEALTHIEST WOMAN IN THE WORLD
Singer-dancer-actress Chita Rivera can still command a stage at 82.
Reviewed by: BILL STEVENSON READ MORE
SAILORS ON LEAVE
ON THE TOWN
at the Lyric

SAILORS ON LEAVE
This classic musical has come a long way since its genesis, and has only grown richer through its evolution.
Reviewed by: BERNARD CARRAGHER READ MORE


AMONG ROYALTY
THE AUDIENCE
at Apollo Theatre

AMONG ROYALTY

Although this comes too soon on the heels of the production with Helen Mirren, the charms endure.

Reviewed by: NICK CURTIS READ MORE
BADLY TREATED GUESTS
HAY FEVER
at Duke of York's

BADLY TREATED GUESTS

Noel Coward's comedy gets its mileage not on affairs being committed, but on being aired in the open.

Reviewed by: JOHN NATHAN READ MORE
HIGH NOTES AND HIGH KICKS
GYPSY
at Savoy Theatre

HIGH NOTES AND HIGH KICKS

Imelda Staunton is superlative in a musical revival that was long overdue.

Reviewed by: SAM MARLOWE READ MORE
RARE COINS
AMERICAN BUFFALO
at Wyndham's Theatre

RARE COINS

David Mamet's play is less about the heist and more about the men and their ethics.

Reviewed by: JOHN NATHAN READ MORE
THE RECKONING
EVERYMAN
at the National (Olivier)

THE RECKONING

Rufus Norris' production relies more on dizzying visual effects than on adding nuance to a classic morality tale.

Reviewed by: CLIVE HIRSCHHORN READ MORE
RADICAL HISTORY
LIGHT SHINING IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
at the National (Lyttelton)

RADICAL HISTORY

Light Shining contemplates the English Civil War and what happens in its wake.

Reviewed by: KATE BASSETT READ MORE
FATHER OF THE BOMB
OPPENHEIMER
at Vaudeville Theatre

FATHER OF THE BOMB

John Heffernan turns in an excellent performance in this biodrama about the man behind the atomic bomb.

Reviewed by: KATE BASSETT READ MORE
A NATURAL WOMAN
BEAUTIFUL
at Aldwych Theatre

A NATURAL WOMAN

This musical about Carole King gets its heart and soul from the star at its center, Katie Brayben.

Reviewed by: CLIVE HIRSCHHORN READ MORE
BRAIN SCIENCE
THE HARD PROBLEM
at the National (Dorfman)

BRAIN SCIENCE

Tom Stoppard’snew play fails to dig beneath the surface of his characters like his other plays have done.

Reviewed by: MATT WOLF READ MORE

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SCHEDULE UPDATES -
Yes, Prime Minister contracts its run, while A Chorus Line expands its own.
POWERHOUSE OF THEATRE - After 11 years as the Almeida Theatre's artistic director, Michael Attenborough is stepping down to focus on directing. 

SONGS FROM THE HEART - Once the Tony-Award winning musical is set to hit London in January.


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