The Band’s Visit is a gentle exploration of the unexamined lives of ordinary people from artists David Yazbek and David Cromer.
David Henry Hwang revises his M. Butterfly at a propitious moment. Nicole Serratore reviews
Harold Prince considers his own life in the theater in the musical revue Prince of Broadway
Despite its compelling trio of strong female leads, Alison Walls wonders why this ’90s family drama has lost its punch.
Violent and provocative, Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan’s 1984 brings Big Brother to Broadway with Tom Sturridge and Olivia Wilde
A dissertation on storytelling: Six Degrees of Separation gets a fast paced revival starring Allison Janney.
“Mindlessness seems to have won the day” in a frenetic, supersized new Broadway musical of Charlie & the Chocolate Factory.
Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon give strong voices to the complex women in Lillian Hellman’s play The Little Foxes
This new Broadway musical by the choreographer of ‘Hamilton’ looks at the painful homecomings of American WWII veterans.
An onslaught of digital trickery steals the show in a new Broadway musical about the Romanov princess.
Hidden depth surprises in the funny and poignant adaptation of Groundhog Day.
Martha Wade Steketee reviews Arthur Miller’s sibling drama of family legacies
Amélie fans, look away now – it’s been adapted into a Disneyfied Broadway musical that’s “workmanlike at best”.
Lynn Nottage brings a fresh eye to labor, capitalism, and the American factory worker in Sweat.
London’s fringe hit comedy has transferred to Broadway. But does the humour translate? Kev Berry reviews.