Revived on Broadway for the first time with an all-star cast, the only thing you'll find shocking about this play is how terribly it has aged.
Darko Tresnjak’s captivating production of Merchant, fueled by F. Murray Abraham, is a prime example of the myriad ways one can interpret and present Shakespeare.
David Lindsay-Abaire has topped his Pulitzer-winning domestic drama Rabbit Hole, and Daniel Sullivan brings out strong performances from the entire cast.
While Mary Zimmerman’s production doesn't deliver on all cylinders, her lead sopranos add a lot by nailing those high-flying notes.
Geoffrey Rush predictably dazzles, even if the vehicle he rides in on could use a tune-up.
Nixon in China is an opera for the modern age, rich with layers of classic beauty and brimming with a lushness that feels totally new.
Scott Siegel’s delightful Broadway by the Year series gives the people what they want – mainly, a lot of good songs.
CSC puts together a stunning period piece that will pull you in.
The Abbey Theatre, abetted by an all-star cast, hauls out an Ibsen chestnut.
For opera fans, you need only one reason to see this production of Fanciulla: Deborah Voigt.