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Mark Ruffalo, Tony Shalhoub, Jessica Hecht and Danny DeVito star in Terry Kinney's revival of 'The Price,' the 1968 Arthur Miller drama about a family's festering conflicts and the cost of past decisions. read…
03.24 / 10:05
hollywoodreporter.com
BY DAVID KENNERLEY | Joshua Harmon’s “Significant Other” was warmly received when it premiered Off-Broadway at the Roundabout’s intimate Laura Pels Theatre nearly two years ago, and for good reason. The heartfelt portrait of Jordan Berman, a socially inept, 29-year-old gay man yearning for love while his gal pals marry off one by one, was […] The post Reckless Abandonment appeared first on Gay City News…
03.24 / 09:30
gaycitynews.nyc
We remember Salonga's take on Kim, as Eva Noblezada makes her Broadway debut in the…
03.24 / 04:08
theatermania.com
The designer and restorer of some of his city's most iconic theatre spaces was something of a New York icon…
03.24 / 03:47
americantheatre.org
Skip this review, and go buy a ticket to the funniest show in New York. Nothing I can write here is as entertaining as Ben Woolf’s script delivered by the four brilliant clowns/comedians/comic actors in the ensemble under the direction of Stephen Hamilton. Skip this review, and go buy a ticket. . . If we…
03.24 / 03:44
nytheatreguide.com
‘Fickle’ is fast-clipped farce making world premiere at Oln…
03.24 / 03:11
washingtonblade.com
An uncompromising artist and an exacting mentor, the poet/playwright gave back to generations of…
03.24 / 02:40
americantheatre.org
The 1989 blockbuster musical by the 'Les Miserables' team, 'Miss Saigon,' which updates the tragic Madame Butterfly tale to the end of the Vietnam War, returns to Broadway in its first major revival. read…
03.24 / 02:34
hollywoodreporter.com
Welcome to Best Bets, a weekly column in which The Oregonian's arts desk highlights selected theater, classical music and dance performances and visual arts events. Here are our picks for March…
03.24 / 02:33
oregonlive.com
Her voice was compared to 'roaches scurrying across a trash can…
03.24 / 02:05
washingtonblade.com
Walking into the Lynn Redgrave Theater, where The View UpStairs opened off-Broadway last week, might feel like happening upon a rag-tag gay prom, or a drama club’s careworn prop closet. You’re more likely, though, to feel transported to your favorite… Read The post The ‘70s Gay Bar of Your Dreams Is Alive in ‘The View UpStairs’ Off-Broadway: REVIEW appeared first on Towleroad…
03.24 / 02:02
towleroad.com
The popular musical about doomed love in the last days of South Vietnam returns to…
03.24 / 01:56
theatermania.com
  I didn’t leave the Broadway Theatre with tears in my eyes after seeing Miss Saigon, the mega-musical revival by Claude-Michel Schönberg, Richard Maltby, Jr., and Alain Boublil. About five blocks from the theatre, it hit me, though, and the tears streamed down my face. All I could hear was the voice of Kim (Eva Noblezada), [&#…
03.24 / 01:43
thebroadwayblog.com
Danny Huston channels Robert Evans for this theatrical interpretation of the legendary Hollywood producer's autobiography, 'The Kid Stays in the Picture,' which is having a limited premiere run in London, directed by Simon McBurney. read…
03.24 / 01:27
hollywoodreporter.com
The current revival of Miss Saigon marks the triumphant return of the hit musical to Broadway, transplanted from a successful West End revival. The beloved show, written by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil, with lyrics by Boublil and Richard Maltby, Jr., features spectacular set design (Totie Driver and Matt Kinley), costumes (Andreane Neofitou), lighting (Bruno …Read more The post Review: Miss Saigon appeared first on …
03.24 / 01:15
stagebuddy.com
Adolescent angst is a force to be reckoned with in Odyssey Theatre's production of "Punk Rock."The work by Tony Award-winning playwright Simon Stephens, which opens Saturday and runs through May 14, is the story of seven London prep schoolers who express anxiety over the pressures of sex, bullying and college entrance exams not to mention overzealous…
03.24 / 00:23
www.dailynews.com
Sticks and stones can break our bones, but words hurt more, in Martin McDonagh's dark comedy "The Cripple of Inishmaan."The sticks and stones are wielded by these all-too-human characters, but the more-damaging cruelty is in what they say to one another.And even when they try to be kind, the harm they may be doing might be worse than that caused by unsparing…
03.24 / 00:23
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Going to see a play called "God's Waiting Room," advertised with a rainbow theme, would tend to indicate that one was in for something similar to "Steambath," the 1970 play making commentary about faith by turning heaven into a steam bath and God into the Puerto Rican attendant there. One assumes something sophisticated about faith and, given the artwork, LGBTQ relationships with organized religion or the deity behind…
03.24 / 00:23
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THIS WEEK: March 1 to 7 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, the Tennessee Williams classic directed by Walter Mitchell and starring Angel Berlane Mulcahy as Maggie, Dave Giardano as Brick, Joe Sheridan as Big Daddy and Carol Sweeney as Big Mama, Little Theatre of Wilkes-Barre, 537 N. Main St., Wilkes-Barre, Feb. 17 through March…
03.23 / 23:40
theweekender.com
WILKES-BARRE — A celebrated stage comedy aims to show Northeastern Pennsylvania that failing at adultery can be funny. The Walnut Street Theater Company of Philadelphia will perform Neil Simon’s ‘Last of the Red Hot Lovers’ at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 17 at the F.M. Kirby Center. The Tony Award-winning story follows middle-aged, mild mannered Barney Cashman…
03.23 / 23:40
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