Paul Rudnick misses the boat in The New Century, his new collection of one-acts. Yes, there are some witty one-liners, but the wit is based on stereotypes that should not have escaped the last century.
Ethan Coen's three one-acters, though only 80 minutes long in total, are as satisfying and thought-provoking as many three-hour dramas.
Radical in its day, this 36-year-old classic from South Africa still resonates with current audiences.
Broadway By The Year 1954 provides some very well-known musicals ( The Pajama Game, for one) as well as some lesser known gems ( Fanny and House of Flowers)-all expertly done.
Let her entertain us-and Patti LuPone does just that and more in this thrilling pitch perfect revival of Gypsy.
This big-time revival of South Pacific has it all- great songs, glorious voices and a superb cast singing their hearts out.
Girls night out, oops make that The Drunken City, with lightweight characters and obvious plot points. When did modern young women become such ninnies?
The Four of Us is an interesting tale of how envy can ruin the closest of relationships. Are there some famous names behind the fiction?
Just shy of its 60th birthday, whatever else one wants to say about South Pacific, no one can deny its score is one of the best of all time.
Willy Holtzman's Something You Did is full of intelligent dialogue. What it needs is more action to go along with all that talk.