The great dramatic sweep of King Lear is admirably captured by artistic director Bonnie J. Monte and Daniel Davis in the title role.
A Chorus Line still packs a mean theatrical punch. As for Mario Lopez as Zach, he turns in a surprisingly impressive performance.
In her latest outing for the Women's Expressive Theatre, playwright Brooke Berman trots out some tired types.
Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy is not related to Cirque du Soleil, though there are similarities. That said, children will probably find it enjoyable. Adults, on the other hand, will not be so easily won over.
Trumbo is not just some film about past injustices. Given the political climate today, think of it as a primer on what could yet happen in this country.
Bash'd: A Gay Rap Opera is an exhilarating and contemporary musical that successfully exploits the unique ferocity of rap for the stage to deliver an affecting gay love story.
With Edward Albee's Occupant, you come away feeling that the cult of celebrity has been saluted somewhat more than the religion of art.
The Public's Hamlet in Central Park is certainly never dull. But one could question some of the directorial choices of Oscar Eustis.
Conor McPherson's Port Authority is based entirely on monologues...unfortunately, that can be a risky business.
A one-night stand at Carnegie Hall is all that musical comedy lovers could get of Show Boat. But, oh to hear that glorious music.