Turning your life into a play is a dangerous game – dangerous for audiences, that is. But Scrambled Eggs is a deliciously prepared comedy omelette.
Laurence Olivier's classic portrayal is restored for the Criterion Collection.
Wild Rice's all-male production is funny and alluring.
William Gibson's Tony award-winning 1959 classic receives a nicely-performed but complicatedly-staged revival in Hollywood.
Re-imagined in modern-day West Africa, Shakespeare's great Roman tragedy feels like an astounding new work.
A revival of a Shakespeare-zombie mashup doesn't quite coagulate at the Gene Frankel Theatre.
This uplifting, moving and sometimes hysterically funny play is about Martin Luther King, Jr's last night at the Lorraine Hotel.
This joyful dance-theater collage revels in high spirits but withholds deeper meanings.
A sharp comedy by the creator of Fox's New Girl gets an excellent Off Off Broadway revival.
This sparkly, high-spirited musical isn't subtle or terribly deep, but has an endearing story and appealing music.