A revue with a clue.
"The plays are a kind of exposed nerve."
It's about time.
"The mystery of deep acting at work."
The show drops the curtain for good on January 4.
With fellow knight Patrick Stewart in Waiting for Godot and Harold Pinter’s psychic slugfest, No Man’s Land.
One very old playwright, one very new one.
Spider-Man Writer Glen Berger on His Tell-All Book About the Musical and What He Thinks of Its Move to Vegas
So long, Spidey.
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"Each faces distinct and comically awful demises."
"The air starts to leak out of Little Miss Sunshine's story immediately after the opening number. "
Hilarity, bathos, and his grandfather's gas.
Sad fish, blue fish.
"Richard, as presented here, is a compelling curiosity; Twelfth Night is sublime."
"Part of what’s hilarious about Domesticated is the way the playwright not only goes there, but stacks the deck on arrival."
"Opulent yet tasteful, wild but disciplined, kinetic and sexy but smart, smart, smart."
“Rehearsal for me is sort of traumatic. I get pretty hard on myself.”
Could we be any more awesome?
In a revival of Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing.
The smash show debuted a decade ago today.
Backwards runs drama until reels the mind.
Kander after Ebb.
Alison Bechdel's comic-strip memoir, onstage.
"Our hero enters, eating grits."