Marlis Petersen's voice soars through the Met, doing this opera justice and then some.
In the many instances where the script was intended to deliver situational hilarity, the result is groan-worthy.
The complexities of a mentor-protégée show dramatic promise, but the play fails to deliver the hoped-for payoff.
Playing next to Denzel Washington, Viola Davis steals the show.
Who’s afraid of the big bad Swede? The Donmar Warehouse gives Strindberg his due.
The work of Stephen Sondheim gets a musical night of celebration and looking back.
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.