Catherine Flye's Christmas confection, now at MetroStage, pays tribute to the British music halls of yore
Arena's potent "Indecent" offers a canny reconstruction of a century-old controversy
A two-person cast works tirelessly but the story feels slight in "How to Keep an Alien"
Shakespeare Theatre's "An Inspector Calls" is visually stunning, but loses details in its to-the-rafters delivery
There's not much new under the Hollywood sun in the mildly amusing period comedy "All Save One"
Oscar Ceville embodies a Lucha Libre legend in Keegan’s unique staging of one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies.
Lynch calls it a "throwback to those specials in the late '50s, early '60s"
Corbin Bleu impresses as a gold standard leading man in Molly Smith’s buoyant, boisterous production of the Cole Porter classic.
Billy Elliot the Musical dances its way out of trouble
"As You Like It" charts a romantic, musical escape to Shakespeare's idyllic forest
Avant Bard's "Illyria" takes on "Twelfth Night" with a promising concept, but the cast doesn't pull it off
"Anastasia" is an overly cute adaptation of a Russian legend
"Beetlejuice the Musical" at National Theatre is gleefully dark and dazzlingly designed
Each show features a different mix of improv ensembles, from iMusical to the all-female-identifying group Hellcat
The timely new drama touches on issues of sexual consent, gender politics, and racial tensions