The songs of Green Day shake the rafters of Broadway and threaten to crumble the walls.
Feathered headdresses, sequin-spangled costumes and dominatrix gear all make for a spritely, and surprisingly wholesome, revival.
This smart docu-dramedy brings wit and realism to a story of love and gay rights in the 1950s.
A satiric, political rock musical about Andrew Jackson … why had no one thought of this before?
Based on the movie The Apartment, Promises, Promises achieved a fresh note when it first hit Broadway. But that was 40 years ago.
A new approach to the Williams classic brings the complex characters newly to light.
Themes of prejudice and injustice are turned into a thumping, optimistic musical in a jail cell.
This jukebox musical puts Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash in a room together and gives you just what you came for.
Despite the immense talent thrown at this production, it falls short of the concise, quirky world of the characters and misses with the music.