The stars of "Bring It On" discuss making their Broadway debuts in the musical written by Jeff Whitty, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tom Kitt, and Amanda Green.
“Working,” a 1978 musical of Studs Terkel’s nonfiction book, conceived by Stephen Schwartz, has been extensively revised by director Gordon Greenberg for Prospect Theater Company.
Jason Robert Brown has chosen to direct “The Last Five Years,” his 2002 two-person musical about a troubled first marriage, for Second Stage Theatre, and the result is enthralling.
Using flamingos in a Miami park to symbolize society’s malaise, Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas’ “Bird in the Hand,” from Fulcrum Theater, though idea heavy, is a witty, often moving show.
This returning holiday musical retains some of the charms of the 2003 film, but lead actor Jordan Gelber is no match for Will Ferrell as Buddy the Elf.
Lee Pace, who is starring in "Golden Age" Off-Broadway, says Joe Mantello gives a "master class" in acting in "The Normal Heart."
New Georges’ ambitious “Goldor $ Mythyka: A Hero Is Born,” based on a true story of a “Dungeons & Dragons”–obsessed couple who knock over an armored car, feels more ADD than D&D.
Tom Hanks was one of 12 performers celebrated the Music Box Theatre for enjoying their Broadway or Off-Broadway debuts this season.
Author-director-actor James Fluhr’s “Our Lady,” a Fringe show about countering homophobic bigotry, is as stunning a piece of performance art as you’re ever likely to encounter.
Interesting both as American and theater history and earnestly produced, this 80-year-old play becomes turgid over its 105 unrelieved minutes by repetition of its thesis.