More concerned about crowd pleasing than artistic merit, the producers of Burn the Floor bring fast-paced, energetic dancing from television to the stage.
In this vividly accessible production of Hamlet, Director Bonnie J. Monte stages the tragedy with a sense of tableaux and intimacy.
The battle of the sexes is never-ending and as old as the ages as this enjoyable revival of Moliere's The School for Wives neatly points out.
Phylicia Rashad has taken on the role of a different type of Big Mama  in August: Osage County. Let's say, she's learning on the job.
Season nine of Scott Siegel's Broadway by the Year series comes to an end celebrating 1970. Not exactly a blockbuster year, but one that included Company, The Rothschilds and Applause, among its interesting productions.
Horton Foote's  last play may have brought him a late-life triumph, but its comic intent comes packed with tragic subtext.