This week's column catches up with all the big Broadway shows of the season via my interviews with a slew of deeply honored Tony nominees.
One of them, Pam MacKinnon, deserves a separate writeup.
Pam did the socko direction for the Pulitzer wining Clybourne Park, which takes off from the racial pr ... More >>
"You gotta getta gimmick," as they say, and playwright Bruce Norris has gotten hold of a helluva one in Clybourne Park.
His play picks up where Lorraine Hansberry's 1959 racial-progress classic A Raisin in the Sun left off. In fact, it's set in the same Chicago house that play's black family moves ... More >>