- The Magazine
Superhero cinema finally welcomes Wonder Woman in a mildly ambitious, action-packed solo feature
Signature's high-spirited production of Jesus Christ Superstar gives glorious life to an enduring score
The right actor for a brilliant play, Ted van Griethuysen leads a wonderful production of The Father
Soul singer tours in support of new album "Reckless Abandon"
An energetic, harmonious ensemble sails through the Constellation's confident return to Arabia
The new musical Dorian's Closet stitches together an unconvincing knockoff of a Paris original
Goldie Hawn's back and Amy Schumer's got her in the uproarious action-comedy Snatched
Round House revs up an intermittently jolly farce that runs smoothest when it races
Fun Home hits deep with a tender score and a smart, sincere coming out story
Actor-magician Brett Schneider conjures spellbinding drama and spontaneous thrills
Mosaic's take on a landmark play produces moments of brilliance amid stretches of colorless dramatics
A crime, weed, and showtune-laced trip to Coen Brothers country that's not as fun or far-out as it should be
"Ragtime" charts a safe journey through tumultuous American history
Michael Innocenti's blazing performance as Leo Frank leads Keegan's exquisite Parade.
Studio's Three Sisters is even more thrilling when paired with Aaron Posner's experimental companion, No Sisters