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Featured Shows
A Clockwork Orange A Clockwork Orange
While September is admittedly very early to make predictions about an entire theater season, it’s hard to imagine there will be a more spectacular New York stage debut than the one being given by English… [more]
A Doll's House, Part 2 A Doll's House, Part 2
To paraphrase an old show-biz saying, the sequel is rarely the equal. So anyone expecting Lucas Hnath’s “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” now at the Golden Theatre, to have the psychological power and insight of… [more]
Anastasia Anastasia
What young girl (or grown woman) hasn’t dreamt that she’s actually royalty? That fantasy is one reason the story of Anastasia Romanov – the daughter of the last Russian tsar, and who may or may… [more]
Hello, Dolly! Hello, Dolly!
Early in the first act of Jerry Zaks’ ultra-exuberant revival of the classic 1964 musical, “Hello, Dolly!”, now at the Shubert Theatre, a realistic-looking train (one of Santo Loquasto’s many colorful sets and costumes) appears… [more]
Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train
Not only has time done nothing to dim the topicality of Stephen Adly Guirgus’ “Jesus Hopped the A Train,” being given a brilliantly acted revival at the Signature Theatre Company under Mark Brokaw’s beautifully economical… [more]
Latin History for Morons Latin History for Morons
“You know me. You know me. You know me.” Indeed, by now, you might think we do know pretty much everything about actor-comedian John Leguizamo – who utters these words frequently (for reasons you’ll discover)… [more]
M. Butterfly M. Butterfly
The clash of East versus West – politically, economically, sexually, and philosophically – still makes a loud noise in Julie Taymor’s intelligent if often frustrating revival of David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-winning 1988 drama, “M.… [more]
Miss Saigon Miss Saigon
Loud. Action-packed. Crude. No, I haven’t switched careers and begun reviewing Marvel movies; these same adjectives apply (unfortunately) to Laurence Connor’s bombastic revival of the 1990s megahit “Miss Saigon,” now back at its original home,… [more]
School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play
While some theatergoers eagerly await the arrival on Broadway of the ultimate mean girl, Regina George, there’s no need to sit at home until spring to get a dose of true nastiness. Just head down… [more]
Sweeney Todd Sweeney Todd
Apparently, Stephen Sondheim, who wrote the lyrics to “You Gotta Get a Gimmick” way back in 1959, is fine and dandy with the admittedly brilliant gimmick that has led, nearly 60 years later, to the… [more]
The Play That Goes Wrong The Play That Goes Wrong
Drinks are spewed across the stage, actors knocked out by swinging doors. Props aren’t what or where they’re supposed to be, and the set undergoes a violent deconstruction. We’re in the knockabout world of British… [more]
What We're Up Against What We're Up Against
In light of current events, one can’t help but wonder if someone at the Women’s Project has ESP or a crystal ball, since the decision to produce Theresa Rebeck’s “What We’re Up Against,” her 1992… [more]