Broadway Review

Sort by:

  • Reviews

    The Royal Family

    George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber's 1927 comedy returns to Broadway in a riotous, over-the-top staging in which everyone from the leads to the walk-ons shines.

  • Reviews

    Hamlet

    Film star Jude Law tackles Shakespeare's greatest role and emerges with flying colors, but the rest of the company finishes far behind.

  • Reviews

    Wishful Drinking

    Carrie Fisher invites audiences to a combination standup act and slumber party in a dryly funny stage memoir. Hollywood dish and life lessons are served with wit and style.

  • Reviews

    Superior Donuts

    The plot may be a familiar one, but Tracy Letts' new play, set in a Chicago doughnut shop, is populated with believable, lovable characters. Tasty and fresh as a doughnut right out of the oven.

  • Reviews

    A Steady Rain

    Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig, a pair of movie action heroes, get down and dirty in Keith Huff's explosive two-hander, proving theater can still whup film's ass.

  • Reviews

    Burn the Floor

    This dazzling Latin and ballroom dance revue is brilliantly performed by a cast of international dancesport champions.

  • Reviews

    Phèdre

    Theater and film combine in an exciting synthesis in NT Live's first presentation, Jean Racine's "Phèdre." 

  • Reviews

    August: Osage County

    More than a year after it opened, "August: Osage County," Tracey Letts' Pulitzer Prize–winning dysfunctional-family drama, retains enough heavyweight punch to knock audiences out.

  • Reviews

    Waiting for Godot

    Samuel Beckett's existentialist cry of despair spotlights the tedium humans face as they realize that their pursuits and objectives are meaningless.

  • Reviews

    9 to 5

    "9 to 5" aims low and hits its target squarely. And that's the difference between creating a classic and just a fun but evanescent night out.