Journey's End
R.C. Sherriff's play about the tribulations of World War I remains all too timely.
The Bay Street Theatre production of Stephen Schwartz's beloved musical could benefit from sharper staging.
Dedication or The Stuff of Dreams
Marian Seldes and Nathan Lane star in Terrence McNally's bittersweet valentine to the theater.
FringeNYC Roundup #2
The Lightning Field, Extraordinary, Wade, and seduction...
Bat Boy The Musical
Michael Portantiere comments on the Provincetown Theatre Company's production of a very strange show.
FringeNYC Roundup #1
Dark Deceptions: The Séance Experience, The Rude Pundit in The Year of Living Rudely, Shakedown Street, and Pipe Dreams.
In its Off-Broadway transfer, John Fisher's witty romantic comedy has lost some of the magic that made the previous production so special.
The cast of Lennon (Photo © Joan Marcus) Ringo Starr is unlikely to enjoy Lennon, librettist-director Don Scardino's treat
Once Around the Sun
David Finkle isn't hooked by this tale of a rock star seeking fame and fortune.
The Boy Friend
Julie Andrews directs the musical that made her a star, with decidedly middling results.