A listless concert staging proved that this one-off Rodgers & Sondheim collaboration doesn’t need a revival.
Bock, Harnick and Masteroff’s superb show is not a “musical comedy” — so why is it performed like one?
The Princeton Festival’s production of Benjamin Britten’s elliptical opera is an estimable achievement by any standard.
The heroine of Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey’s musical imagines her life on two paths. If only even one of them led to a better show.
Opera, dance, theater, classical music, jazz and more in a Festival that runs through June 26.
The King and I star and Tony Award winner performs with Seth Rudetsky at the Merriam Theatre on Tuesday, June 14.
Naomi Iizuka’s complex play, in a visually beautiful production, is a mixed bag.
Lucas Hnath’s slight but provocative play is entertainingly done at Philadelphia Theatre Company.
Young Jean Lee’s complex, often wonderful, destabilizing play gets a fine production at InterAct.
An A-for-effort production with some fine moments doesn’t fully realize the size and scale of the play.