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.
There's ravenous hunger afoot and not all of it can be sated by the three square meals of the title.
This revival of Guys and Dolls offers the best of all possible worlds. A technical marvel that still brings out the best of a classic musical
A stellar team breathes new life into Chekhov's poignant tale of dreams deferred and destroyed.
Broadway by the Year is back for its ninth season. The year in question for the first concert was 1924, and it was every bit as good or better than previous musicals in the series.
The Story of My Life is a sweet two-hander -maybe too sweet for a life on Broadway.
Frost/Nixon has made a successful move from stage to celluloid. Here the two halves of the title have come into perfect balance.
Austin Pendleton has given us a superficial take on one of Chekhov's major works. The youthful star potential is just that:potential