Michael Jacobs has written a soft-focus comedy that's brought into clearer focus by its stars Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons.
It's not easy to re-think a masterpiece, but Arthur Laurents has done just that with West Side Story. And he's come up a winner.
In its first major New York production in nearly three decades, Arthur Miller's 1964 Holocaust allegory emerges more nail-biter than antifascist tract.
Ignore the silly staging. Just close your eyes and be thrilled by the first-rate singing in this production of La Sonnambula
The Good Negro reminds us that even the best intentioned leaders are only human, with frailities and weaknesses capable of bringing down a movement, in a worst case scenario.
Under Michael Blakemore's sure direction, this revival of Blithe Spirit takes flight.
When are growing pains just that...Do they need to be super analyzed and acted upon. No wonder "Mama" is fried and Distracted.
Moises Kaufman's 33 Variations is a smart and engaging play. Its star, one, Jane Fonda, has a great future on Broadway.
There's a lot to treasure in this revival of that all-time classic, Guys and Dolls.
An attempt to modernize this classic Ibsen play falls flat. It inhabits too much of its particular time and place for an updating.