There's a lot of narration in Nora Ephron's last work, Lucky Guy, but that quickly becomes the point.
A swirling drama set in various tabloid newsrooms starting in the 1980s, when scandal, corruption, and suicides ruled the headlines, this is first and foremost a play about the art of storytelling. ... More >>
Run to the Golden Theatre if you want to be reminded of how alive you are.
You'll be moved, enraged, buzzed, and haunted.
You will feel.
By the end of the masterful revival of Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart--directed by Joel Grey and George C. Wolfe--the audience has been put through an e ... More >>
The Broadway revival of Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart, about the early days of the AIDS crisis, is a powerhouse which I'll tell you more about on Thursday night when it officially opens.
Meanwhile, let me recap last night's reception at the theater, where I mixed with various cast members ... More >>
Congrats to Voice staff writer Steven Thrasher, who has been awarded the 2010 Courage Award by the New York Anti-Violence Project -- the oldest organization in the nation that combats violence toward and within the LGBT community. We are proud to have this amazing writer (and human) in our mi ... More >>
Usually we're all, "blar, we've been living here 100 years and we don't need an audio tour," even in museums where we don't know shit about shit, but here's something we might actually do: cell-phone audio commentary on city landmarks, performed by local celebrities. For example, "Yoko Ono introduce ... More >>
On the occasion of the 45th Obie Awards, the Voice's Charles McNulty sat down with four theater directors--Graciela Daniele, Brian Kulick, Marianne Weems, and Evan Yionoulis--to hash out the state of their art here at the start of the 21st century