You know him as Gil Chesterton on Frasier, an Obie-winner from Jeffrey, a Broadway scene-stealer in The Drowsy Chaperone and Curtains, and from so many other credits. He's witty, wise, and a snappy dresser. And he's doing a live cabaret show which sounds like a must-see for urbane New Yorkers and ... More >>
Tennessee Williams heads off to Sicily
The class menagerie on Broadway
Three musicals—two of them new, one from the '60s—all sing of crazy worlds
In Curtains and Our Leading Lady, show people get their scalpels out
Kevin Kline prepares to scale the mad king's heroic heights and war-torn politics
Broadway musicals have entered a new phase. Now if only they could get it right.
The 45th Annual OBIE Awards