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.
An improbable Pulitzer Prize for Drama finalist, this sophomoric live and streaming gay fantasia is the brainchild and showcase for two affluent poseurs.
With Joycean flourishes, a comic dinner party evolves into a beguiling existential exploration in this entrancing play that’s exuberantly performed.
An enchanting small-scale presentation of one-act Tennessee Williams plays beautifully performed by a theater company composed of actors over the age of 50.
Hilarious raunchy high school sexual escapades merge with unsettling psychological twists and turns in this wild dark comedy that is electrifyingly performed.
After their mother’s death, an adult brother returns to his hometown to tend to his older half-sister who has Down syndrome in this absorbing family drama.
This choppy revival would best be enjoyed by fans of its negligible star, the inadequate Beanie Feldstein, as well as musical theater completists.
Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker are each uproarious as three different characters in this splendid revival of Neil Simon’s hit 1968 comedy.
A 14-year-old Chinese girl chronicles her career as a 19th century exotic U.S. museum attraction in this shimmering, finely performed and theatrical play.
Marilyn Monroe, Arthur Miller, Elia Kazan and Hedda Hopper are wonderfully recreated in this historical fantasia about the 1950’s Hollywood Blacklist.