An Inspector Calls, written in 1944 and set before WWI, still feels timely today.
The powerhouse stage production of Enron blends with solid performances to tell the story of the colossal corporate scandal.
The stage version of The Shawshank Redemption grips the audience but makes no other crowning achievements.
More than a pleasant surprise, this production of Hello Dolly! is an outright treat. And oh those wonderful Jerry Herman songs.
A wonderful revival of the Tennessee Williams classic. Rachel Weisz gives a different take on this faded Southern belle, but it works.
Sister Act was no great shakes as a movie, but the musical stage version has a delightful air to it. Alan Menken's music and Glenn Slatter's lyrics resurrect 70's disco soul to perfection.
Arcadia is Tom Stoppard at his most brilliant. The play has a fierce beauty...and a heart. Let's just say you come away exhilarated and euphoric.
Ronald Harwood's two plays closely examine whether it's ever right for great artists to go on producing great art under oppressive regimes. There are no easy answers.