Twyla Tharp choreographs a stunning dance show to the voice of Frank Sinatra.
The density of Shakespeare's poetry defies a minimalist approach.
The cast is fantastic; the story and the direction, on the other hand, are a bit pitchy.
Rain takes us non-linearly through nearly a century of twisting plotlines as the connections between characters come beautifully to light.
This London import gives us a dramatic evening behind the scenes with artist Mark Rothko.
Michael Feinstein and Dame Edna do entertaining work on their own, but when thrown together, the combination is a bit off.
McDonagh's latest black comedy falls a hand's length short of his previous work.
The Broadway by the Year series revives the hits while also rediscovering some of the lesser known numbers.