BOTTOM LINE: Aided by a stellar cast, David Ives’s adaptation makes 18th-century French farce fizzy fun.
BOTTOM LINE: A blend of autobiographical concert and theatrical fiction, The Lucky Ones is an exhilarating examination of family, joyous youth, and what it can take to survive loss.
BOTTOM LINE: A play about well-meaning white people illustrates just how difficult it can be to make the world a better place.
BOTTOM LINE: Galinsky's vital solo piece, based on real people, is the most important kind of urban voyeurism.
BOTTOM LINE: The gods heard our prayer: after far too long away, this musical jewel has returned to New York in a brilliant revival.
BOTTOM LINE: Impressionist David Carl, who had great success playing Gary Busey as Hamlet, is back, this time channeling America’s Narcissist-In-Chief in a biting political satire.
BOTTOM LINE: Puffs is Harry Potter for anyone who has ever felt like they’re a secondary character in someone else’s story.
BOTTOM LINE: Alex Curtis’s delightful solo literally draws you into a world of magic, and elaborates a story of love, loss, and finding hope with one’s own strength.
BOTTOM LINE: There's good reason why Hamilton is the most popular show on Broadway.