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Featured Shows
Ain't Too Proud Ain't Too Proud
Ever since “Jersey Boys” debuted in 2005, it’s been a lingering question for some if any jukebox musical (and there have been plenty since) will match its gold standard. The latest challenger is “Ain’t Too… [more]
Assassins Assassins
Given the increasingly political divisions engulfing this country, should one really encourage a production of John Weidman and Stephen Sondheim’s groundbreaking 1990 musical “Assassins” -- a darkly comic vaudeville about the men and women who killed (or try to kill)… [more]
Caroline, or Change Caroline, or Change
“Change come fast, change come slow,” sings the radio during Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori’s richly layered musical “Caroline, or Change,” now being given a deeply stirring revival by the Roundabout Theatre Company at Studio… [more]
Chicken & Biscuits Chicken & Biscuits
As those of us who grew up in households without a great cook all know, a meal can be overcooked or half-baked, yet made with enough love that it can still be satisfying – even… [more]
Clyde's Clyde's
Word to the wise: Do not, under any circumstances, come with even one hunger pang to “Clyde’s,” Lynn Nottage’s devilishly funny new comedy, now being presented by Second Stage at Broadway’s Hayes Theater. I promise… [more]
David Byrne's American Utopia David Byrne's American Utopia
You may ask yourself, “How did David Byrne get here?” as you enter the Hudson Theatre for the rock superstar’s “American Utopia.” And the odds are, you’re not alone, even if any metaphysical questions are… [more]
Dear Evan Hansen Dear Evan Hansen
Even on my fourth viewing of the Tony-winning Dear Evan Hansen, the heart-stirring musical at The Music Box Theatre, I was frequently moved to tears by the show’s universal and topical subject matter, smarty explored… [more]
Diana Diana
One shouldn’t say death becomes Lady Diana Spencer, but 24 years after the untimely – and still mystery-laden -- passing of the popular Princess of Wales, she’s become the prime subject for three very different… [more]
Freestyle Love Supreme Freestyle Love Supreme
Many a Broadway show has taken a long and winding road before ending up on the Main Stem – countless developmental workshops, out-of-town tryouts, even out-of-country tryouts – but it seems fitting that the utterly… [more]
Girl From the North Country Girl From the North Country
The world is full of natural, if not altogether obvious, matches. (Think chocolate and peanut butter, perhaps.) Now, add to that list the great Irish playwright Conor McPherson and the singular American songwriter (and Nobel… [more]
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Yes, Virginia, there’s finally some real magic back on Broadway! Fear not, even in its “slimmed-down” one-part version, Jack Thorne’s “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” a continuation of J.K. Rowling’s multi-book saga, still has… [more]
Jagged Little Pill Jagged Little Pill
Audiences should be prepared to swallow a supersized dose of angst if they choose to attend “Jagged Little Pill,” the new musical at the Broadhurst Theatre, which takes its inspiration – and the majority of… [more]
Mrs. Doubtfire Mrs. Doubtfire
Much like its cross-dressed title character, “Mrs. Doubtfire,” now at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, clearly required some padding to turn its famed source material – the award-winning 1993 film starring Robin Williams – to transform… [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 Alchemist The Alchemist
The three con artists at the center of Ben Johnson’ 1810 play The Alchemist, now at New World Stages, absolutely cannot turn stone into gold, as they promise, but the expert actors who play them… [more]
The Lehman Trilogy The Lehman Trilogy
It feels almost dangerous to call a great theatrical experience a “lesson,” a word that inevitably conjures up images of dry lectures on subjects one may not care about. But it’s still the one that… [more]
Thoughts of a Colored Man Thoughts of a Colored Man
In the wake of so much social unrest over the past couple of years, as we reckon with the heinous, unprovoked killings of so many African American men and women and the too-late realization for… [more]
Tina: The Tina Turner Musical Tina: The Tina Turner Musical
Tina Turner is no stranger to the art of transformation. Growing up in a poor Tennessee household in the 1940s and possibly destined to be a sharecropper, Anna Mae Bullock first became one of the… [more]
Trouble In Mind Trouble In Mind
Sure, there are stage lights hanging over the rehearsal room set that immediately greets audiences when they enter the Roundabout’s American Airlines Theater for the long-overdue Broadway debut of Alice Childress’ 1955 play, “Trouble in… [more]
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