Equal parts exhilarating and mystifying, hilarious and stupefying, empowering and conflicting. The Cher Show arrives on Broadway.
Thrilling choreography, catchy tunes, and a warmhearted message, but a watered-down idea of queerness lurks in The Prom.
A new play starring Kerry Washington gets audiences talking about race. Ayanna Prescod reviews.
Raising questions about fact and truth without answering any, this new play starring Daniel Radcliffe functions like a half-written sentence. Alicia Kort reviews.
Comedy legend Elaine May cannot not save Kenneth Lonergan’s pandering look at dementia, caretaking, and family. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
This new play from Jez Butterworth, an epic tapestry set in Northern Ireland, starts to unravel once you pick at the threads. Dan O’Neil reviews.
Richard Bean’s The Nap is a mostly funny comedy that loses it’s mirth with tasteless trans jokes. Kev Berry reviews.
We convene a critics panel to discuss “the beat” and how it’s rendered in the new Go-Go’s musical Head Over Heels.
You’re better off sticking with your worn out VHS copy of the film than delving into this new musical. Nicole Serratore reviews
A sympathetic portrait of straight white men ends up one-note. Patrick Maley reviews.