For opera fans, you need only one reason to see this production of Fanciulla: Deborah Voigt.
A Free Man of Color takes a sweeping stab at some big changes as the 18th century moved into the 19th, without mastering the little changes that happened to the people involved.
Edna O’Brien takes on the eternal triangle with sly, insidious wit.
An undisguised tribute to French playwright Moliere, La Bete grabs on to Le Mis' coattails.
In an age of predictably over-hyped musicals, Pedro Almodóvar’s 1987 post-Franco Madrid movie jumps to the stage with an unexpected bounce.
This giddily perfect, sadly-short-term revival of a classic musical comedy deserves a good long run.
A fantastic cast backs up Al Pacino, who makes every moment as new and striking as any other.
The madcap television show gets revived on Broadway with everything the old fans came to see.
The entire cast of the London production has come to Broadway to deliver Lee Hall's unofficial follow-up to Billy Elliot.
Vince Lombardi's life may have been a story worth telling, but in this setting it makes little sense.