Four excellent actors going nowhere in Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage
Encores! Finian's Rainbow is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Yasmina Reza's latest is given a tremendous production by Matthew Warchus and a cast at the top of their game.
So You Want to Be a Rock and Roll Star...
Michael Jacobs has written a soft-focus comedy that's brought into clearer focus by its stars Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons.
It's not easy to re-think a masterpiece, but Arthur Laurents has done just that with West Side Story. And he's come up a winner.
In its first major New York production in nearly three decades, Arthur Miller's 1964 Holocaust allegory emerges more nail-biter than antifascist tract.
Ignore the silly staging. Just close your eyes and be thrilled by the first-rate singing in this production of La Sonnambula
The Good Negro reminds us that even the best intentioned leaders are only human, with frailities and weaknesses capable of bringing down a movement, in a worst case scenario.
Under Michael Blakemore's sure direction, this revival of Blithe Spirit takes flight.