Comedic timing and a carefully chosen cast make National Theatre’s ‘Blithe Spirit’ an effortless hit.
Though the laughs in Studio Theatre’s ‘Laugh’ may be strained at times, the quirky play is pleasant.
Tackling pedophilia in a musical is no easy feat, and makes ‘Kid Victory’ a bit of a miss.
The power couple dish on how to navigate life as a busy twosome.
Lisa D’Amour’s simplistic ‘Cherokee’ doesn’t have the same impact as her previous ‘Detroit.’
The latest Synetic Theatre wordless production, ‘Much Ado About Nothing,’ is nothing short of genius.
Arena Stage’s ‘King Hedley II’ uncomfortably portrays lives lived in crime in this dark tragedy.
The National Theatre’s ‘Chicago’ is a hit with inventive dancing and memorable numbers.