It's the most wonderful time of the year to see theatre. If you're planning to celebrate the holidays in New York, there are plenty of Broadway shows waiting for you when you get here. Many shows add... Read more
During the opening brawl of the 1961 West Side Story film, Bernardo and his gang, the Sharks, pursue Little Johnny of the rival Jets gang after they catch him painting "Sharks stink" on a wall. In... Read more
What it lacks in fresh laugh-out-loud moments, honest-to-goodness heart, and sonic earworms you can’t wait to hear again, the new Broadway musical Mrs. Doubtfire tries hard to make up for with... Read more
The Theater Center is a strange, intimate beast — home to both the longest-running play in New York and a house named in honor of stage legend Jerry Orbach, yet somehow totally nonexistent for anyone... Read more
There’s a place for us. Somewhere, a place for us.
When news broke that Steven Spielberg and Tony Kushner were remaking West Side Story, there was a bit of discussion around redoing a beloved film... Read more
Food for thought is on the menu, along with lots of laughs and a few tears in Lynn Nottage’s Clyde’s, a richly entertaining and timely play set in a truck stop sandwich shop along a nowhere stretch... Read more