Nicole Serratore wonders why they revived this creaky play about a deaf woman and her relationship with her hearing teacher.
Glenda Jackson makes a meal of Edward Albee’s play about life and death. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
A screen-to-stage adaptation by Tina Fey keeps much of the original’s sweet charm and incisive comedy. Alison Walls reviews.
Neither the riskiest nor the safest adaptation, Disney’s Frozen proves solid. Jordan Teicher reviews.
The chaotic spectacle of this classical music-rock concert was undone when things got political. Joey Sims reviews.
Lane Williamson takes a deep-dive into the National Theatre’s production of Angels in America on Broadway.
Nuance is lost in Trip Cullman’s revival of Kenneth Lonergan’s play about a hapless doorman. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Jimmy Buffett’s jukebox musical may bring sunshine and joy to his loyal fans but not this critic. Kev Berry reviews.
John Lithgow shares his love of storytelling and tales of his father who read him these bedtime stories. Alicia Kort reviews.
Looking at the fraternity of the broken, music succeeds where script does not in Claire van Kampen’s uneven historical play.