Does this legendary production, seen in close-up, retain it’s greatness? Yes… and no.
University administrator and teacher by day, theater and arts critic by night.
Even the hit songs in this early Jule Styne musical would recede in a better show.
An admirable new cast doesn’t own this play as the first one did.
As a cohesive evening of music drama, this ambitious double bill doesn’t quite add up.
To resurrect this astonishing show at all in a brief time frame is almost miraculous.
A wonderful musical performance, hampered by a misguided production.
Critics David Fox and Cameron Kelsall discuss Arthur Miller, and this idea-free, crash-and-burn production.
The sexiest moment on Broadway this season features a 73-year-old man and a single button.
What once seemed a poignant meditation on AIDS now plays as a study in white privilege.
The audience at this vulgar show doesn’t care about Russian History. What they want is AnastasiaTM.