It's presidential-campaign showbiz in a Gore Vidal revival
J.T. Rogers's new play at Lincoln Center explains how everybody loses at 'the great game'
Vienna goes a little icy
Next to it, a typical new play looks pretty small
And other whore stories in post-crackdown clubs. Then, suddenly, a Pygmalion-like transformation.
Caine plays optical-illusion games; Of Thee I Sing remains bouncy and sharp
Judges from the last five decades pay homage to the productions and artists they'll never forget
Tony Awards look to Off-Broadway for excellence.
In the midst of global dimming, the theater could offer a few bright spots
Mein Gott, everyone's a winner!
But Can a Solo Show With a Botanical Punchline and a Rare Muskrat Be an Action Movie?
Doug Wright Quills Up a Transvestite Mythmaker