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Tickets on sale now: Sweeney Todd
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Tickets on sale now: Sweeney Todd

Learn all about the show before attending the tale starring Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford.

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'& Juliet' — ★★★★
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'& Juliet' — ★★★★

A fresh story, high energy, and plenty of chart-topping bops make this larger-than-life musical impossible not to have fun watching.

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  • If one thing stands out about The Collaboration, it’s that it offers the most fun on Broadway even when the play isn’t happening. A live DJ spins '80s hits before the show, with colorful dots of light, like paint splatters, spinning across the wall. At intermission, a reel plays of lead actors Jeremy Pope and Paul Bettany, in character as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol, painting, roller-skating, and generally hav

  • This critic all but keeled over when a character in Between Riverside and Crazy on Broadway said to another, "You're paying $1,500 a month for a palatial mansion on Riverside Drive worth ten times that." Oof. Said "mansion," as suggested by Walt Spangler's enticing set, is a rent-controlled apartment with two stories, at least six rooms, and cushy, if ill-maintained, furnishings. Meanwhile, I know people who

  • “What are you thirsty for?” teases Sweet Sue, a brassy Prohibition-era bandleader, in the opening moment in Some Like It Hot. Well, since she asked, I’d like a new Broadway musical comedy that’s a bracing, fizzy cocktail garnished with a winning cast. Happily, this lavish show based on the Oscar-winning 1959 Billy Wilder classic rom-com mostly delivers that. Screen-to-stage adaptations are always tricky endeavors, and

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  • "It's me. Hi. I'm the problem, it's me." That quote from the Taylor Swift tune "Anti-Hero" is apt for Lucy, a "comedic horror" produced by Audible Theater. It's also included in the show. New nanny Ashling and six-year-old Lucy perform a joyful singalong in the show's second scene while Mary, Lucy's frazzled, pregnant mother, looks on with a rare smile. But who really is an anti-hero here, and who's purely a villain? Playwright/director

  • "Five hundred, twenty-five thousand, six hundred minutes..." The immediately recognizable "Seasons of Love" appropriately kicks off Without You, the theatrical memoir of Anthony Rapp, who originated the lead role of Mark in Jonathan Larson's groundbreaking rock musical Rent. To Rapp's credit, he makes what could be a painfully cliche opening feel genuine, as though the song was written only yesterday. It's a freshness tha

  • A collection of blackboards, some covered with artwork and others with words like “persona,” is a clue that school is in session. The teacher turns out to be the class clown. That instructor is standup comedian Colin Quinn. His presentation is Small Talk, a fun, brief, and minor addition to his roster of compact observational monologues. The ex-Saturday Night Live “Weekend Update” anchor’s past solo stage pie

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