In playwright Todd Almond’s reworking, the alt-rocker’s 1991 LP provides a soundtrack for a love story between two teenage boys
The show postpones Barack Obama’s favorite tune to the finale, offering a long and dull history lesson with a score heavy on bombastic anthems
Devotees of the “Seinfeld” co-creator will not be disappointed, even though his madcap story harks back to Broadway’s golden age
Consensus is building on filmmaker’s latest vision of the future starring Hugh Jackman, Dev Patel, Sigourney Weaver and Sharlto Copley
‘The Mystery of Love & Sex’ Theater Review: Diane Lane, Tony Shalhoub Hook Up With ‘Masters of Sex’ Writer
Bathsheba Doran gives us not one but two coming-out-of-the-closet storylines
The “X-Men” story will bore the “High School Musical” set, but Peter Lerman’s score recalls the work of “Sesame Street” legend Joe Raposo
‘Lives of the Saints’ Theater Review: ‘Venus in Fur’ Author Delivers Cheap Laughs and Low-Key Whimsy
“SNL” performs these kinds of skits in half the time and actually makes them topical, which is more than can be said for this David...
Writer/producer Nick Jones’ send-up of the book publishing business isn’t a play — it’s not even HBO, Netflix or FX
Cynthia Nixon referees in her auspicious directorial debut, making sure not to turn anyone into an obvious villain
‘A Month in the Country’ Theater Review: Taylor Schilling and Peter Dinklage Offer Up 2 Hours in the Hamptons
Ivan Turgenev’s characters aren’t in love with who they’re supposed to be, and yet, they’re terribly civilized about it
This little vampire makes you believe she can bite, wrestle and choke a man twice her size to death. It’s like a trip back to...
The drama can be described as “Whiplash” meets “The Heiress,” as the writer goes straight for the jugular through the heart
In this age of gross-out humor, the fiancée-as-payment plot is relatively mild. But smarm stills needs charm to work on stage
Reactions to the awards hopeful are mixed
Anyone who’s ever seen newsreels of Houdini has wanted to go back in time to experience first-hand the cheesy excitement of seeing a stunt performer...
Lisa Edelstein’s new series is obsessed with affluence, and works best when it ventures into dramatic territory
Rea may be the first Oedipus to play the role in blood-spattered overalls, and he deftly handles Shepard’s freewheeling segues from tragedy to slapstick and...
Close’s strong, unyielding matriarch is sister to Norma Desmond from “Sunset Boulevard,” the actress’ last role on Broadway twenty years ago
Sharyn Rothstein’s new play recalls Miller’s “All My Sons,” and to her credit, the absorbing story deserves more than its current one act
The former “Grey’s Anatomy” star is way out of her element as a CIA analyst
BBC production deftly plays on parents’ worst fears about disappearing kids
Like in “Little Buddha,” the parents in Sarah Ruhl’s new play send their son to Nepal to be tested, enthroned, and educated. And so the...
‘Olive Kitteridge’ Review: Frances McDormand Battles Small-Town Saps in HBO’s Gloriously Flinty Mini
Miniseries also stars Richard Jenkins as her upbeat husband, and Bill Murray as a wealthy resident of their coastal Maine town
Actors’ chemistry is like Hepburn and Tracy’s only in reverse; she’s solid and implacable, he’s high-strung and nervously pecking around for a way to chip...
In John Rando’s fun, new Broadway revival, everyone dances like there’s no tomorrow in wartime New York
Remake of Kirk Cameron film will be best appreciated by devoted fans of the book it’s based upon
Daring casting of the young actors pays off as Culkin delivers a performance with the surreal ferocity of Robert Downey Jr