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.
Twyla Tharp choreographs a stunning dance show to the voice of Frank Sinatra.
The density of Shakespeare's poetry defies a minimalist approach.
The cast is fantastic; the story and the direction, on the other hand, are a bit pitchy.
Rain takes us non-linearly through nearly a century of twisting plotlines as the connections between characters come beautifully to light.
This London import gives us a dramatic evening behind the scenes with artist Mark Rothko.
Michael Feinstein and Dame Edna do entertaining work on their own, but when thrown together, the combination is a bit off.
McDonagh's latest black comedy falls a hand's length short of his previous work.