The Drowsy Chaperone
This clever, laugh-filled new musical about musicals is the bee's knees.
Sore Throats
Playwright Howard Brenton aims his arrows at the sun and breaks his bow in the process.
Hot Feet
Note to Disney: Save some money and don't move The Lion King to the Minskoff. The Hilton will soon be free for Mary Poppins.
Damn Yankees
The beloved 1955 musical, re-tailored for this production at the North Shore Music Theater, still has miles and miles of heart.
All's Well That Ends Well
Yale Rep's production of Shakespeare's problem play proves to be problematic.
A Fine & Private Place
This new musical about love after death, based on the beloved novel by Peter S. Beagle, remains earthbound.
The Wedding Singer
Here's a nice, lightweight show that's going to bring a great deal of pleasure to a great number of people.
The new musical at the Palace is certainly not a great show, but it's occasionally a good one.
The History Boys
This may well be the best bloody play to have opened either on or off Broadway this season.
All My Sons
A star-studded ensemble cast sparks a breathtaking revival of Arthur Miller's post-World War II classic.