“There is, oddly enough, a strong undercurrent of Jewiness to many — though certainly not all — classics of gay theater.”
“You can have a hit that’s an artistic failure and a flop that’s an artistic success.”
But there’s a glimmer of hope in “1984,” there is no true resistance. Here in America, the resistance is real.
Sure, Bette Midler is a star and “Hello, Dolly!” is a classic. But is the Tony Award-winning musical any, well, good?
Enjoying its triumphant Broadway debut, ‘Indecent’ — a Yiddish tale of scandal and tragedy — is particularly well-suited to the Trump era.
Making its move to Broadway, ‘Oslo’ gives Israelis and Palestinians some reason for hope.
“Significant Other,” Joshua Harmon’s follow up to his hit play “Bad Jews” is a wise, funny meditation on the difficulties of growing up. Jesse Oxfeld is a little verklempt.
David Mamet’s “The Penitent” is a provocative and spiritual tale of a psychiatrist and a mass shooter. But is it any good? Well…
Ellen Umansky’s novel “The Fortunate Ones” explores the link between lost masterworks and a wealthy West Coast family.
The new production of Arthur Miller’s ‘Crucible,’ directed by Ivo van Hove, proved to be an all-too-fitting comment on our political season.