Cristofer Gross is a freelance writer on theater and jazz.
This is light entertainment that works; especially for the Boomers who remember when it was taken for granted that ideals would always be with us.
Danai Gurira and Nikkole Salter are headed for Connecticut, Philadelphia, and Chicago with a drama that succeeds on every level.
"I went to a marvelous party, I must say the fun was intense... And I couldn't have liked it more."
Carrie Fisher hijacks a production slot at the Geffen for a funny – if non-theatrical – seminar on celebrity.
For an audience-pleasing mix of '70s R&B and traditional Broadway ballads, get thee to this nunnery.
Claude Purdy comes full circle with August Wilson's historic ten-play cycle, at Hollywood's Lillian Theater.
Thanks to in part to two impressive debuts, Shakespeare's play gets a very 'likable' staging.
Southern exposure reveals another weak link in family ties, but more good fun from Beth Henley.
Four women spin a score of ol' 45s into an endearing night of musical heaven.
Lynn Redgrave bases her one-woman show on a forgotten family member.