American Psycho

  I never thought I’d have to say, “I can’t tonight. I have to see American Psycho the Musical.” But I have, and I did, although I still don’t know what to make of it. Playing at the Gerald Schoenfeld … Continue reading


Good Women: Saying Goodbye to the Fierce Females of The Good Wife

Originally published on PEOPLE.com View this story online The title alone makes you think twice. Upon first hearing the words “the good wife,” the phrase sounds like a reference to the Stepford Wives era of the 1950s. But, after seven … Continue reading


Tuck Everlasting

  There’s nothing quite like being surprised at the theater, and I most assuredly was when I saw Tuck Everlasting, the new musical adaptation of Natalie Babbitt’s popular children’s book about a family that, after drinking water from a stream, … Continue reading


Lupita Nyong’o Has Star Wars Day Greetings for PEOPLE Readers – And Says She Has ‘So Much More to Celebrate’

Originally published on PEOPLE.com View this story online “May the Fourth be with you!” says Lupita Nyong’o with a big smile. But the actress, who recently appeared in Star Was: Episode VIII: The Force Awakens, is only celebrating one thing … Continue reading


A Streetcar Named Desire

  Blanche DuBois may be looking for magic, but it’s unforgiving realism that floods the theater at St. Ann’s Warehouse, where a gritty and gripping production of A Streetcar Named Desire is performances. Starring Gillian Anderson as Tennessee Williams’ faded … Continue reading


Bright Star

“You need to find a sweeping tale of pain and redemption,” one character tells another in Bright Star, the new musical by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell playing at the Cort Theatre. Unfortunately, it seems Martin and Brickell did not … Continue reading


Waitress

The confection being served up at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre is neither sweet nor savory. In fact, it can’t be summed up in a single word, despite present-day culture’s obsession with concise descriptions and hashtags. (#SorryNotSorry.) Instead, it’s a delightfully … Continue reading


5 Times Rachel Bloom Said What Everyone Was Thinking About Beauty

Originally published on PEOPLE.com View this story online    


Sara Bareilles on Breaking Into Broadway and Why She Sang The Little Mermaid at Waitress

Originally published on PEOPLE.com View this story online A veteran singer-songwriter who has been touring the world for more than 10 years, Sara Bareilles has witnessed plenty of onstage mishaps and behind-the-scene emergencies. But with her first musical, Waitress in … Continue reading


All His Daughters: Arthur Miller’s Strong, Truth-Telling Women

Originally published on AmericanTheatre.org View this story online When Linda Loman said, “Attention must be paid,” at the end of Death of a Salesman, she was asserting that her husband should receive the recognition he deserved. But the same demand could be made … Continue reading