Jack, Rose and The Heart of the Ocean are all in this sly, clever and amusing musical spoof hosted by “Celine Dion,” which is uproariously performed.
A highly satisfying first-ever Off-Broadway revival of Tennessee Williams’ classic Southern family drama that’s richly performed and inventively staged.
Eric Bogosian’s bleak, knowing and stageworthy tale of an aspiring LA actress and a poseur photographer has its NYC premiere with this searing production.
A smashing revival of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s 1987 fairy tales mashup musical with thrilling stagecraft and knockout performances.
News coverage of the recently announced renaming of his Broadway theatre for Lena Horne contained virtually nothing of his achievements nor a picture of him.
Here are accounts of shows I attended just before live performances traumatically ceased in NYC due to COVID-19, one review was not published before.
The death of a long inactive performer with a fine career during Broadway’s Golden Age understandably went unnoticed. He was my neighbor in the 1980’s.
The legendary married acting couple were honored with a plaque at their former Manhattan residence. Their daughter Tandy Cronyn was among the speakers.
Viewing a stunning painting at an art gallery of the great actress done in 1968 inspired me to re-read her memoir to see if there was information about it.
The acclaimed British director recounts two dramatic exchanges with the great and temperamental playwright in his memoir of running the National Theatre.