The singing scenery of “Miss Saigon” is back on Broadway, with political corrections and a newly proportioned cast.
Trevor Nunn presents an uneasy hybrid of the Terence Rattigan work, while a new play about the origins of the S.D.P. is punchy and vibrantly directed by Polly Findlay.
Some people are calling Sam Gold’s “The Glass Menagerie” manipulative. I call it vital theater.
Loved the movie? See the show! Broadway hopes you’ll do just that this spring, when the curtains rise on “Groundhog Day,” “Anastasia,” “Amélie” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” — the musicals. Name recognition aside, there’s no guarantee that what worked on-screen will fly onstage. For every hit like “The Producers,” there are dozens of...
Broadway loves an overnight sensation — a newcomer heralded by critics and adored by audiences. The fresh face this season belongs to . . . Danny DeVito. OK, so he’s not exactly an unknown, having made his mark on TV’s “Taxi” and in a slew of hit movies, including “Throw Mamma From the Train,” “Ruthless People” and...
Irish Repertory Theater has brought back Ciaran O’Reilly’s revelatory production of O’Neill’s 1920 play, with an almost entirely new cast.
Excerpts from Elfriede Jelinek’s “On the Royal Road: The Burgher King,” a work inspired by the president, will be presented in New York on Monday.
For the actress, a tidy alcove studio carpeted in white has room enough for everything that really matters.