Who’s afraid of the big bad Swede? The Donmar Warehouse gives Strindberg his due.
The work of Stephen Sondheim gets a musical night of celebration and looking back.
The songs of Green Day shake the rafters of Broadway and threaten to crumble the walls.
Feathered headdresses, sequin-spangled costumes and dominatrix gear all make for a spritely, and surprisingly wholesome, revival.
This smart docu-dramedy brings wit and realism to a story of love and gay rights in the 1950s.
A satiric, political rock musical about Andrew Jackson … why had no one thought of this before?
Based on the movie The Apartment, Promises, Promises achieved a fresh note when it first hit Broadway. But that was 40 years ago.
A new approach to the Williams classic brings the complex characters newly to light.
Themes of prejudice and injustice are turned into a thumping, optimistic musical in a jail cell.