The Archbishop's Ceiling
Gregory Mosher's production of Arthur Miller's little-known play about political powerlessness is both visually and psychologically stunning.
Seven Guitars
Seven stunning actors make beautiful music in Ruben Santiago-Hudson's revival of August Wilson's stirring drama.
The Fantasticks
A buoyant revival of the quintessential Off-Broadway musical opens in the heart of the midtown theater district.
FringeNYC 2006 Roundup 3
Reports on Perfect Harmony, t.l.c., The Infliction of Cruelty, and Don't Ask.
Mother Courage and Her Children
Meryl Streep once again shows her remarkable versatility in George C. Wolfe's wobbly production of Bertolt Brecht's epic drama.
Mr. Dooley's America
"Conversations" between two Irishmen add up to a delightful evening of theater.
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Norbert Leo Butz brilliantly reprises his Tony Award-winning role in this show's national tour, but co-star Tom Hewitt is no match for his exuberance.
Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me
TV, film, and theater star Martin Short brings an old-style musical revue to Broadway.
FringeNYC 2006 Roundup 2
Reports on Big Doolie, Oblivious to Everyone, Corleone: The Shakespearean Godfather, and Hermanas.
Kiki & Herb: Alive on Broadway
The extraordinary downtown duo's Main Stem debut is likely to thrill devotees and newcomers alike.