Friday, July 10, 2020

Review

Review: ‘Hello, Dolly!’

A lot of merchandise is for sale in the lobby of the Shubert Theatre, where Bette Midler stars in the highly anticipated, or, really, let’s make...

Review: ‘The Little Foxes’

It doesn’t take a refined intellect to separate the bad characters from the good in Lillian Hellman’s “The Little Foxes.” The bad tend to be...

Review: ‘Indecent’

It is astonishing that the most recent opening at the Cort Theatre, “Indecent,” marks the Broadway debut of its Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Paula Vogel. A...

Review: ‘Groundhog Day’

The producers and creators of “Groundhog Day” must be uncomfortably aware by now that, despite the fantasy at the center of their show, every...

Review: ‘Oslo’

Leaving Lincoln Center on a beautiful spring Sunday afternoon after a performance of “Oslo,” I was surprisingly engulfed by an uneasy disquiet. My reaction,...

Review: ‘War Paint’

You don’t have to go in search of a magnifying glass to discern the active ingredients in the new musical “War Paint,” at the...

Review: ‘Present Laughter’

An unruly cast of stylish denizens has arrived at the St. James Theatre just in time to relieve the torpor of all of us...

Review: ‘Amélie’

As the title character in the musical “Amélie,” a lonely young woman spreading warmth and doing good deeds even as she remains cocooned in...

Review: ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’

“Oh, Inspector! I can’t take it anymore!” wails one of the hapless characters, an amateur performer enacting a shambles of a mystery drama, in...