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1984 1984
The timely terror of living in a fascist state – one where the government makes all the rules and controls all your thoughts – is likely the raison d’etre that the recent British dramatization of… [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]
Indecent Indecent
Whether it’s prescience or coincidence, Broadway is definitely experiencing theater in the age of Trump, from Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer-Prize winning “Sweat” to fellow Pulitzer winner Paula Vogel’s harrowing new work, “Indecent,” now at the Cort… [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]
Napoli, Brooklyn Napoli, Brooklyn
An Italian-born woman making her way in mid-century Brooklyn. A husband who is mostly unhappy and prone to violence. A teenage girl who wants a different, more modern way of life. Yes, there are surface… [more]
Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812
Who is that doughy, bespectacled guy playing the accordion in Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812? It’s bestselling recording artist Josh Groban as you’ve never seen him before, making his Broadway debut in… [more]
Pipeline Pipeline
Providing insight into an important societal issue while also deftly exploring the stories of individual, well-drawn characters has quickly become the trademark of the extremely gifted playwright Dominique Morriseau (“Skeleton Crew,” “Sunset Baby.”). Her latest… [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 Government Inspector The Government Inspector
Imagine a government where bribery, corruption and unbelievable stupidity are the norm? Oh right, we don’t have to, and not just because of the current occupants of Washington D.C. Russian playwright Nikolai Gogol put forth… [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]
War Paint War Paint
Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden were beauty-industry pioneers, yet the new musical War Paint doesn’t make their lives dramatically alluring. Thankfully, Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole, playing the rival cosmetic impresarios, command the stage as… [more]