“Beyond Dark,” from the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, is a fascinating if uneven blacked-out theatrical experience full of fun, unexpected curves, with genius sound by John Zalewski.
Carrie Coon, who plays Honey in the Broadway revival of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, calls Gary Oldman's performance in "Sid and Nancy" " ... so out there."
“Grimly Handsome,” writer-director Julia Jarcho’s elegant jumble of a play, from Incubator Arts Project, is not without its charms but fails to cohere, despite an exceptional cast.
Buran Theatre’s splendid and trippy “Nightmares: a demonstration of the Sublime,” at the Brick, is an intriguing sensory echo chamber for freeform ideas about art and authorship.
Broadway’s Spring 2013 season is looking to be a slate of revivals, star vehicles, and British imports.
The Tony-winning play will transfer to Off-Broadway's New World Stages this spring.
Inside Broadway, a leading arts education not-for-profit, is partnering with the Broadway revival of “Annie” to offer two free “Creating the Magic” events to local children.
As 2013 commences, Backstage continues its tradition of eschewing a list of the top 10 shows of the past year in favor of a salute to actors. Not the “best,” not the “most,” not ranked in any order—simply performances so outstanding that Backstage’s reviewers wish to salute them.
James DeVita went from working on fishing boats to becoming an actor and director of classical theater to starring in his one-man show "In Acting Shakespeare."
“Flipside: The Patti Page Story,” Greg White’s well-produced portrait of the 1950s singer, with input from Page herself, succeeds musically but falls a bit short as biography.