Return with us now to the good old days, say, the 1960s when musicals could be "pretty good." Return with us now to Bajour
Operetta is a poor stepchild, if that, to musical comedy these days. A Night at the Operetta gives reason to hope for its revival
"Some people have it...and she's got it" That would be Patti LuPone as Mama Rose in Gypsy
You "gotta" have a gimmick and this production of Gypsy has the best: Patti LuPone as Mama Rose
What is a spiegeltent? No, it's not a tent full of spiegel catologues. Rather, it's a hodge podge of varied acts, part circus, part erotica
An ode to missing items might not be the stuff of great theater, but it certainly fills a hazy, lazy summer moment
Gone Missing is a play about loss. No, not that kind of loss. Try shoes, pets, toys, or cell phones, for example
The shades of Moose Murders and Dude can relax tonight. Xanadu is actually a pleasant evening's diversion
What was the Roundabout thinking when it revived John van Druten's Old Acquaintance? Not clearly, that's for certain.
Tarzan will be closing soon, but did the ape man deserve a better fate?