Expert performers and taut direction make this Cloud 9 a natural high.
This new musical is charming and lively, but without some renovation its future life is in question.
Do musicals with honorable intentions deserve a pass when it comes to quality?
James Graham’s new play almost evokes sympathy for the devil. Almost.
Beetlejuice may not be the blockbuster its creators are hoping for, but it is occasionally humorous and rarely dull.
The new Broadway revival of Kiss Me, Kate removes much of the objectionable material — and a lot of the fun
Broadway hasn’t seen a play this harrowing yet eminently enjoyable since August: Osage County.
While Beth Genné proffers a terrific take on dance and its social context, she exhibits a shaky grasp of musical-theater history.
Ethan Mordden’s volume openly defies anyone to dismiss the American musical as mere fluff.