Filling the gap for New York baby boomers left by the closure of mega hit Jersey Boys, ambitious new musical A Bronx Tale has entertaining moments but struggles to overcome the unusual […]
Modern, fresh and wholly original, Dear Evan Hansen hits the zeitgeist of the current dangers of loneliness despite the perpetual availability of digital connections and the constant barrage of digital communication.
Contrasting many of the mega-budget, high-tech new musicals, the simple staging of Come From Away wins hearts with its soaring humanity.
Gorgeous music and impeccable design combine to tell a captivating story in the long awaited stage adaption of Anastasia.
Reuniting many of the high wattage talents behind Matilda, new musical Groundhog Day is a slickly produced, crowd-pleasing show in the best Broadway tradition.
New Broadway musical In Transit is doubly unique, winning points for both its originality and for being an entirely performed a cappella.
To borrow Norma Desmond’s expression, Glenn Close is enjoying a phenomenal “return” to Broadway, and to her 1994 Tony-winning role, with this unique, glossy, concert-like staging of Sunset Boulevard.
An all-star lead cast, stunning costumes and sensational tap choreography provide plenty of entertainment, but, despite all this razzle dazzle, Shuffle Along never really takes flight.
Little remains to be said about the success of Broadway mega-smash hit Hamilton, but does it hold up when viewed under the weight of extraordinarily high expectations?
Scaled down to its very essence, the first Broadway revival of The Color Purple is a life-affirming joy and the singing is out of this world.