Theater reviews and articles from New York, Los Angeles, London, and all around the world.
Oliver gets twisted and has a Dickens of a time.
The Danny Kaye Story, complete with music.
Transvestite and Southern widower find love, and it's funny.
Tuckaberry Productions' revival of the Shakespeare comedy classic is lots of fun, thanks to a spirited ensemble.
Rauch's xylophone transcription from Rent is priceless - and I don't even like Rent.
Those murderous Chicago girls are at it again, but in a 99-seat theater.
A new Hairdo courtesy of Ragni, Rado, and Butler at The Met (Hollywood that is).
He's green and hairy and he sings better than a frog. Is there a Dr. Seuss in the house?
The four walls of the tiny Turtle's Shell Theater can hardly contain the antic gusto of this new Molière production.
BRRRRRR - its cold out there in Sicilia, and there are bears too.
John Waters again set to music. Don't be a crybaby.
Four girls sing Xmas songs in a hardware store.
On stage, Rodgers and Hammerstein's hit TV musical is happy, tuneful, pretty to look at, and thoroughly entertaining for the kids.
Art and imagination can keep war at bay, at least for a little while, but they also keep it alive.
Atlanta burns up in Atlanta in Atlanta. Confusing? Sure. Good tunes? Definitely.
Superb singing lights up an adventurous production of Mozart's great opera.
A modern production of Marlowe's bloody tale of Edward II, the Gay King.
Oh, those Bohemians - poor but always singing.
An eccentric family finds love and freedom of choice in NYC.
A mad doctor drills the truth into a rival's skull. And sock puppets!