Wallace Shawn messes with the planet
Like sex itself, David West Read's The Performers--about two couples colliding in the adult entertainment arena--is kind of guiltily enjoyable while it lasts, though by the end, you think, "Did I really need to do that?" There are laughs, with racy jokes mixed into a sort of sitcommy formula, amoun ... More >>
It happened last night at Roseland, raising truckloads of money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS while lavishing the panting crowd with a Happy Endings show of fractured fairy tales. The stories were carried out in spectacular, sassy numbers that had been choreographed and rehearsed to the max ... More >>
The Roundabout tries a comedy by Boeing-Boeing's Marc Camoletti
When I saw In The Heights, the peppy Broadway musical which is very Electric Company comes to your barrio, I brilliantly noticed the smoldering talent of Karen Olivo in a supporting role and told everyone about her hot culo. Now that Olivo is Tony bound for her fiery Anita in West Side Story, I can ... More >>
A Q&A before he brings Bush to Broadway.
It seems a surefire way to get publicity: do something even mildly sexy with the Virgin Mary, then wait for the Catholic Church to denounce you. We saw it last month with the Virgin Mary's Mexican Playboy cover. Now we're seeing it with designer Ricardo Oyarzun's recent fashion show, in which models ... More >>
The grotesque spectacle of Terry Gilliam's kamikaze auteurism
Gay cowboys and masturbatory pet projects steam up fest
Instead of Not About Nightingales, the Tennessee Williams play should really be called Is About Three Hours.