O'Neill's final completed play has its moments of poignant power, but too often it's a litany of endless exposition.
She's been up, she's been down, but Liza Minnelli is definitely up for Liza's at the Palace...!
Liza is back on Broadway in a stunning example of star incandescence.... There's still some magic in the air.
'Tis the season to try and feel jolly. But did we really need a stage adaptation of Irving Berlin's White Christmas?
Conor McPherson's The Seafarer, recently seen on Broadway, is given an excellent revival at the George Street Playhouse.
Theater audiences are so lucky to be...able to see this smashing revival of On the Town. It's sung and danced to perfection.
Be careful what you wish for....it just might come true. This lesson is painfully learned in Horton Foote's Dividing the Estate.
Not a dream deferred, but a glorious dream realized in this cultural rags-to-riches tale.
This revival of one of Mamet's best is somewhat disappointing. The called for excitement and high energy is lacking
Road Show is by no means top drawer Sondheim. But, it's still Sondheim-and attention must be paid to this work by the most important figure in American musical theater over the past half century.