The new contemporary musical "Days of Wine and Roses" explores a fraught romance bound together by the bottle.
Suffused with great intentions, Joshua Harmon's thoughtful "Prayer for the French Republic" is far too excessive in its telling.
Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman's "Harmony" dramatizes an all-male singing group that took the world by storm.
Monty Python's classic British send-up is revived to moderately entertaining measure
The tantalizing, Brooklyn-based Company XIV and Cocktail Magique, provide an alternative theatrical experience.
A much beloved Sondheim classic, "Merrily We Roll Along," returns to the New York stage with a brilliant new production.
A lovely, thought-provoking collection of three shorts about LGBTQ parenthood.
Wojciech Gostomczyk's documentary 'Leon' ultimately comes off as too disjointed, bizarre, and avant-garde for a wider audience.
Bruno Carboni's 'The Accident' plays out like a noir film with mystery and quiet intensity.
The classic play "Purlie Victorious" is revived with magnificent comic flair, carrying a message of unity for the human race
The new Off-Broadway play "Swing State" serves up a potent warning about America's volatility.
Gordon Greenberg and Steve Rosen's zippy and zany "Dracula: A Comedy of Terrors" hits all the right comic veins.
Years after its original conception, a parody of James Cameron's classic, Titanic, continues to tickle Off-Broadway audiences
A theatrical spin on a famous blockbuster film offers strong performances but rarely delves beneath the surface
Broadway's latest attempt to adapt a classic movie for the stage puts visual excess over actual substance.