It’s a good thing too, since Kritzer is currently starring in "Elf," the musical adaptation of the hit film that returned to New York this holiday season after a successful 2010 run.
A thoughtful Fringe Festival play by Oren Stevens, “Phantomwise” is exquisitely performed and concerns Alice Liddell, the real-life inspiration for Lewis Carroll’s famous heroine.
“Silent,” actor-author Pat Kinevane’s rich, detailed solo show about a homeless man’s guilt over his brother’s suicide, at Irish Arts Center, dazzles but lacks emotional resonance.
Playwright Ethan Lipton has his finger on the pulse of humanity, and while “Red-Handed Otter” is not an uplifting story, it’s an honest one.
In the enthralling “Helen & Edgar,” from the Moth, storyteller–performance artist Edgar Oliver weaves together a patchwork of incidents from his gothic upbringing in Savannah, Ga.
Heather Hitchens became the executive director of the American Theatre Wing in 2011. The not-for-profit founded the Tony Awards, which will take place on June 9.
Chris Phillips’ “Pieces,” a Fringe drama about the murder of a gay L.A. producer, has muscular dialogue and interesting characters but also believability issues.
With a stellar Sanaa Lathan in the title role, the L.A. premiere of “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark,” Lynn Nottage’s satire of racial identity in the Hollywood studio system, is an enjoyable fusion of comedy and comment, at least until polemic overtakes the proceedings.
The cast and crew of “Annie,” currently on Broadway, participate in Inside Broadway and introduce more than 2,500 NYC schoolchildren to the theater
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."