Lend Me a Tenor

Just sit back and laugh. Oh, and guard your head. That’s all you can do while watching the Broadway revival of Lend Me a Tenor , the ludicrous, and ludicrously enjoyable comedy playing at the Music Box Theater. Directed by … Continue reading


Come Fly Away

Come Fly Away It’s advised that audience members scout locations of nearby bars before seeing Come Fly Away, the sizzling hot and undeniably cool musical currently in performances at the Marquis Theater. Combining the timeless vocals of Frank Sinatra and … Continue reading


The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie Light and dark are in battle with each other in the haunting, shadowy production of The Glass Menagerie currently in performances at the Laura Pels Theater. The famously autobiographical memory play by Tennessee Williams, detailing a struggling … Continue reading


Next Fall

Next Fall Frequent references are made to the play Our Town during the play Next Fall . Thorton Wilder’s classic show, currently in performances at the Barrow Street theater, is a valentine to old-fashioned home life with small town folks. … Continue reading


The Miracle Worker

The Miracle Worker It’s a timeless story, so why hasn’t it been on Broadway in 50 years? The answer to this question is not apparent in the Broadway revival of The Miracle Worker,” currently in performances at the Circle in … Continue reading


The Tempest

The Tempest In the Broadway revival of Present Laughter , currently in performances at the American Airlines Theater, Victor Garber treats the audience to a mournful rendition of the “World Weary.” While a charming addition to the Noel Coward comedy, … Continue reading


The Orphans’ Home Cycle Part 2: The Story of a Marriage

The Orphans’ Home Cycle Part 2: The Story of a Marriage “Home is where you hang your hat,” Ruth L. Yorck, wrote in 1948. It’s also been said that “home is where your heart is.” Countless statements have been made, … Continue reading


The Orphans’ Home Cycle Part 3: The Story of a Family

The Orphans’ Home Cycle Part 3: The Story of a Family All good things must come to an end, as we are reminded poignantly in the third installment of Horton Foote’s The Orphans’ Home Cycle.” Part Three, “The Story of … Continue reading


Happy Now?

Happy Now? Can a woman really have it all? The answer, according to Lucinda Coxon’s play Happy Now? in performances at the 59E59 Theaters, is a resounding “no.” Coxon’s play, which centers around a middle-aged working mother named Kitty (Mary … Continue reading


Time Stands Still

Time Stands Still Which is harder to survive – war or marriage? Or are they one and the same? How much can someone sacrifice for someone else, and how much is too much? These questions, and many others, are posed … Continue reading