Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen are the best pairing since peanut butter and jelly
A Southern domestic drama about beautifully flawed and broken individuals, the play sports many elements of what has come to define the great Tennessee Williams as a playwright.
This is an odd play, full of poeticism, pain, discomfort and topics that unnerve.
“Welcome Home Sonny T,” written by William Electric Black (also known as Ian Ellis James, a seven-time Emmy Award-winning writer for his work on “Sesame Street”), is a play from his “Gunplays” series that seeks to put the issue of gun violence in perspective and explore the causes behind it.
The past few years have seen filmmaker after filmmaker step up to tell the story of Nelson Mandela
Mary-Louise Parker (“Weeds”) makes a not–so–brilliant return to Broadway as a widowed mother facing financial trouble during World War I in “The Snow Geese.”
"Ender’s Game” ends up falling a little flat in the end.
There are rules to learning how to drive
If you haven’t already gotten that costume and stocked up on your candy, then you’d better head to the store, because Halloween is right around the corner. While downtown will be flooded with floats and costumed revelers on Oct. 31 as part of the annual Village Halloween Parade (www.halloween-nyc.com), you’d be remiss to forget about all the other spooky special surprises this city has to offer in the next week. Whether they’re full of phantoms, mummies, ghosts or even pumpkin pie, these Halloween-themed theatrical offerings boast a couple of tricks and plenty of treats for theatergoers.
There’s more than one way to tell a story: One man’s goldfish is another man’s whale. That’s why “Big Fish,” the new Broadway musical of stories about witches, mermaids, werewolves, assassins, giants and a very big fish, teems with imagination, wonder and plenty of fishy tales.