Does one of the most popular and long-running shows of all time live up to all the hype?
A revival at World-In-Theatre scored top marks because of its enticing story, captivating actors, and discerning director.
This music-and-comedy variety show might not be as funny as in the past, but its musical numbers are entertaining enough.
This celebration of a little-known piece of American history is a triumph.
A pairing of plays, one new and one ancient, points out the constants of the human condition.
W!ld Rice's musical is a deliciously funny Singapore-flavoured pantomime for the whole family.
Oh, What a Night! This phenom ticks all the right boxes to give you an absolutely captivating piece of musical theatre.
Even if you say "Bah, humbug" to the movie A Christmas Story, you may find the holiday cheer of the new musical version hard to resist.
Stars of the new pantomime musical talk about their roles in the children's story with (this time around) an adult twist.
A play about an interracial couple in the intolerant 1950s gets its NYC premiere in an old Brooklyn factory.