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What’s so striking about this streamlined version is the grandeur it manages to summon with simplicity.
This sporadically fun musical is an empty-headed good time.
The brilliant and risky drama is set in a group home for sex offenders and pedophiles.
The mounting insanity of the cute new show almost becomes too much. Almost.
Cameron Crowe's stage version of his classic coming-of-age film is B-side the point.
The Stratford Festival in Canada was a much needed palate cleanser to wipe away the foul taste left by Daniel Craig’s rank Broadway “Macbeth,” in which the entire cast spoke in monoton…
Fresh off the atrocious “The Devil Wears Prada” musical in Chicago, Elton John is back with The Televangelist Wears Mascara in London.
A wondrous stage adaptation of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli's classic 1988 animated film has arrived in London.
This sharp, focused revival has a pair of cracking performances that never let up.
The revival of the August Wilson play is mostly in tune.
The show will go on and oooooon!
The remarkably transformative British actress boasted an electrifying presence that was a rare storm of contradictions.
There are more tricks than exciting drama in the latest revival of “Death of a Salesman,” which opened Sunday night on Broadway. Jazz music often underscores and pacifies the action, and…
Heavy-handed revisionism does not suit the new revival of this 1969 musical.
The absorbing show pushes back against our expectations for a story like this one.
“Cinderella” is coming to Broadway after all — and, like the main character, she’s getting an extreme makeover.
A grandmother makes a depressing observation early on in Tom Stoppard’s latest play “Leopoldstadt,” which opened Sunday night on Broadway.
After The Post’s Friday scoop that the show would close this winter after 35 years, it took in $2 million in ticket sales by 8 p.m., producer Cameron Mackintosh exclusively told The Post.
It’s over now, the music of the night.
Different people who need people have finally arrived at “Funny Girl” on Broadway. The problem-plagued revival of Jule Styne and Isobel Lennart’s 1964 musical welcomed its new Fanny Br…
A source exclusively told The Post that the actor will star in a revival of the play “Art” by Yasmina Reza.
The disastrous new show isn’t packing up its Prabal Gurung just yet — it’s charging ahead like a model who just face-planted on the catwalk.
You've Prada be kidding me.
The off-Broadway cuckoo camp-fest at the Asylum in Chelsea is, by a nautical mile, the funniest musical in town right now.
It’s a straightforward, to-the-point play, but one that’s easy to embrace.
Beanie Feldstein isn’t the only star being slighted on Broadway during this cruel summer.
The chatter on the Rialto Tuesday was that Feldstein might vamoose even sooner than July 31 because of the onslaught of media attention.
The $15 million production surely hopes Michele can turn things around.
Like a walk in the park: relaxing, slow, carefree, aimless.
What we experience is the 1986 musical, plain and simple.
Where we’re going, we don’t need roads — we need ticket sales!