A GIFT FOR DOWNTON ABBEY FANS
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Norbert Leo Butz provides most of the show in Theresa Rebeck's Dead Accounts, with the two-time Tony winner as Jack, a manic, manipulative ex-bank worker who rationalizes that he's entitled to other people's things. Returning to his parents' house in Cincinnati after a serious misdeed, Butz's Jack ... More >>
Primary Stages mounts a trilogy of short plays by Horton Foote
And I'm in it! It's a Judy Garland-obsessed show that benefits the Ali Forney Center. And guess who's going to be there, preaching at the shrine of Judyism?
The revival of Sondheim's Follies offers more extravagance than emotional grip
Is a serviceable Follies good enough? Yes, because the 1971 classic is such a rich, dark leap into regret, with a witty and poignant Sondheim score--and besides, the Eric Schaeffer-directed production rises to the occasion for Act Two. You know the drill:
A new play from Julia Cho, an old one from Alfred Uhry
In New York theater today, what's not imported is what's underrated
Cue the crazy piano!
Fierstein and Bucchino seek intimacy on Broadway; two Off-Broadway plays seek laughs in sorrows
Paul Rudnicks gay crystal ball
More strange doings in an Adam Bock workplace
A mammoth production of the epic verse gets a stateside staging
Two Jewish-family plays fall apart, but Well, the wiser, does it deliberately and elegantly