The Tony Awards show was a series of hit and miss moments. Let's just say the 2008-2009 season deserved a  better platform  .
Three decades old, and thoroughly WASP-centric, this A.R. Gurney classic speaks broadly in an age of diminishing expectations.
Debbie Reynolds makes her Cafe Carlyle debut a pleasant way to spend some quality time with a silver screen legend.
With The Power of Two, Michael Feinstein and Cheyenne Jackson have put together a whale of a cabaret act. It bodes well for a burgeoning cabaret future together.
College students suffer from anomie and a surfeit of pot!
This revival of Ragtime comes pretty close to duplicating the opulence of the original. And the actors bring big voices and powerful acting to the proceedings.
Lyrics and Lyricists at the 92nd Street Y has come up with a fitting tribute to Ira Gershwin and the songs he wrote after his brother George died.
The all-male Propeller Company has given us a production of The Merchant of Venice that's all speed and conviction. For the most part, it's played with brutal force and unyielding fervor.
The desire is extra thick in this excellent revival of Desire Under the Elms.
Sherie Rene Scott is absolutely hilarious in her 90- minute  autobiography show Everyday Rapture. It's a send-up of one-person shows, but there's also a serious side to the proceedings.