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Featured Shows
Fat Ham Fat Ham
“What a piece of work is man,” wrote William Shakespeare in his masterful tragedy “Hamlet.” But I suspect he never imagined that over 400 years later, a man named James Ijames would simultaneously transform that… [more]
Funny Girl Funny Girl
It has long been speculated that the reason no Broadway producer has revived the legendary musical “Funny Girl” since 1964 is that no woman could erase the memory of Barbra Streisand, who magnifcently portrayed the… [more]
Macbeth Macbeth
At the very beginning of the new Broadway revival of William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” now at the Longacre Theatre, actor Michael Dean Thornton comes out and gives the audience a bit of historical background about the… [more]
If there’s ever been any question that Michael Jackson was one of the greatest singer-dancers that pop music has ever produced, the new biomusical “MJ,” now at Broadway’s Neil Simon Theatre, simply refutes all doubters.… [more]
Mr. Saturday Night Mr. Saturday Night
Fittingly enough for a show about a comedian who gets his big break in the 1940s Catskills, the new musical “Mr. Saturday Night,” now at the Nederlander Theater under John Rando’s competent direction, reminds me… [more]
Paradise Square Paradise Square
True story: I’ve learned more about American History from musical theater than I did in any classroom, thanks to such shows as “Assassins,” “1776,” and, of course, “Hamilton.” While “Paradise Square,” now bowing at the… [more]
Plaza Suite Plaza Suite
As the saying goes, you truly never know what goes on behind closed doors, Still, few writers had more “thoughts” on this subject than the late Neil Simon, as proven by his 1970 comedy “Plaza… [more]
Workplace comedies have been a staple of network television from “The Office” to “Superstore,” and the small screen has already given us an inside view of the White House in everything from “The West Wing”… [more]
Six Six
“Remember us from PBS?,” Catherine of Aragon (the excellent Adrianna Hicks) cheekily asks the audience early on at the extremely entertaining “Six,” even though I doubt if many of the folks sitting inside the Brooks… [more]
The Bedwetter The Bedwetter
A hearty helping of vulgarity, a tablespoon of sentimentality and a pinch of tragedy have long been the perfect recipe for the award-winning writer and comedian Sarah Silverman, as anyone who has seen her stand-up… [more]
The Minutes The Minutes
Anyone who has sat through a NYC community board meeting, co-op board meeting or any gathering of seemingly civic-minded folks will find much to recognize in the often-hilarious first half of Tracy Letts’ new play,… [more]
The Music Man The Music Man
Ignorance, as they say is bliss. So is forgiveness. Either way, if you have little prior knowledge of Meredith Willson’s 1957 musical “The Music Man,” – or are willing to put your memories and preconceptions… [more]
The Orchard The Orchard
Once upon a time, dance fans used to flock to see the great Mikhail Baryshnikov jete his way through anything (and rightfully so). So, they might be the prime audience for “The Orchard,” a rather… [more]
Titanique Titanique
With so much of today’s theater forcing us to reflect on our current-day society and its moral problems, no one can blame audiences for seeking a pure escape – perhaps just like the millionaires of… [more]