Songs and spectacle win our hearts in this Rodgers and Hammerstein classic.
This playful take on Agatha Christie’s mystery delivers more chuckles than chills.
The best of this viscerally thrilling but interpretively odd take on Shakespeare’s play is very fine indeed.
A terrific cast scores in Nicky Silver’s coruscating, hilarious comedy.
I disagree with many of Sam Gold’s directorial ideas—yet I’ve never seen a production that feels so devastatingly right.
Arin Arbus’s gripping, entertaining production misses some of Thornton Wilder’s humanity.
An improbably delightful adaptation of the grimmest of all English-language dramas.
In this extraordinary sensory experience, the human dimension sometimes fades into the background.
Douglas Williams’ funny, touching play may be the best 90 minutes you’ll spend in a theater this year.
John Pollono’s potentially interesting play is undermined by sitcom shtick.