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.
Nicole Serratore reviews Sam Gold’s bold reimaging of the Tennessee Williams’ classic
August Wilson’s voice in Jitney matters now more than ever. Gabe Cohn reviews.
Dear Evan Hansen, a new musical by Pasek & Paul, speaking to the invisible teen in all of us.
Chazz Palminteri’s nostalgic trip to 1960’s New York is set to music, with Robert De Niro and Jerry Zaks at the helm
Molly Grogan reviews Hamilton ahead of its arrival in London.
Across-the-board uncertainty renders this Cherry Orchard unreadable
Simon Stephens’ new play turns a May-December romance on its head.
Shaking the blues away at Christmas at the Holiday Inn
Simon McBurney provides an aural rollercoaster and intellectual whiplash with The Encounter
“Blood-spattered satires of über-masculinity”: Nicole Serratore review the musical adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ novel.