Despite finding plenty to praise in Fun Home, I am afraid I am going to have to call Emperor’s New Clothes on this one. The uptown move of 2013 Off-Broadway darling Fun Home […]
Overflowing with heart, invention and wonder, new musical Finding Neverland is an artful, amusing and affecting night at the theatre.
Jam-packed with all the ingredients of a surefire smash hit, Something Rotten is funny without being unnecessarily smutty, and clever without being particularly original.
“I’m unkillable,” proclaims Claire Zachanassian, and her portrayer Chita Rivera might well make the same decree, as Kander and Ebb’s final musical The Visit makes its long-awaited visit to Broadway.
Who knew that Jason Robert Brown, king of the introspective power ballad, had such a splashy, dishy, old-fashioned musical comedy like Honeymoon in Vegas in him?
An obvious and appealing title to become a stage musical, The Hunchback of Notre Dame features soaring music and heightened drama packaged in a impressive and inventive production.
A truly thrilling new work of high class and polish, An American in Paris is the rare new musical aimed mostly at a discerning adult audience.
All aboard for a generous slice of music theatre heaven as Roundabout Theatre Company revive decedent backstage musical On The Twentieth Century.
Already a helluva show, this vivid, technicolor revival makes On The Town the sprightliest 71-year-old on the block.
Blue chip title Dirty Dancing twirls back into town in a production that is surely resistant to help or hindrance from this, or any other, reviewer.