“Downton Abbey” star Brendan Coyle does his best in a rather uninspired one-man show by Conor McPherson.
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REVIEW: As he did with “South Pacific,” Bartlett Sher has re-envisioned a classic with this national touring production of “Fiddler on the Roof.”
“The Play That Goes Wrong” makes the “Three Stooges” look positively Stoppardian.
Whether this is your first trip to Oz or your 100th, it’s a magical place at the Paramount.
The production is a prime example of what BET does so well: Revues that remind everybody in earshot how the showcased artists make the world richer.
Danai Gurira’s writing is a sublime mix of comedy and profundity.
Seven years after its debut, “The Book of Mormon” retains its original glory.
Mary Zimmerman’s production at Lookingglass Theatre is innovative and charming and funny and gloriously creative and terrifically engaging.
New touring production at Cadillac Palace depicts war in devastating imagery.
Shakespeare’s words – rascals or not – create unforgettable characters. And director Michael Halberstam and his cast do them justice.
THEATER REVIEW: This cast can bring down the house and deliver on smaller moments, too. Still, “Beauty” is impossible to wholeheartedly recommend.
No matter where you look, you’ll find beauty and intrigue in this perhaps too clever (but still potent) adaptation of the classic novel.
As Helene (Linda Gehringer) tells her story in the one-woman production, love, joy and loss are inextricably bound up in the music of Billie Holiday.
Maria Callas’ life story and emotional trauma rises to the surface of the classes like a high “C” rising up in the emotional peak of an aria.
His lack of a past or any human contact agonizes the man who emerges from the mad doctor’s experiment.