BOTTOM LINE: A thoroughly innovative and moving revival of Sondheim and Lapine’s Sunday In The Park With George is a timely reminder of the importance of art.
BOTTOM LINE: This dark comedy about one man's battle with addiction is immensely funny with witty dialogue and lots of well-staged physical comedy.
BOTTOM LINE: The subtle expression of race and class bias is explored in this explosive, provocative drama.
BOTTOM LINE: The Victorian novel, and its authors, are re-imagined in this surprising and entertaining play.
BOTTOM LINE: Villa stares down the gun of history with gut-wrenching intimacy and a disarming sense of humor.
BOTTOM LINE: Trump’s 2017 collides with 1973 in this affecting and funny glam-rock musical inspired by the true story of the vibrant customers of a New Orleans gay bar where 32 people were murdered.
BOTTOM LINE: An intimate play in which realistic dialogue and performances more than make up for lack of high-stakes drama.
BOTTOM LINE: Will Eno's latest endeavor fiddles with the concept of time, memories, and other big issues, while offering an experience that is intimate, moving, and surprisingly entertaining.
BOTTOM LINE: An affecting and inventive new adaptation of an ancient morality play, filled with biting wit and shrewd commentary on the state of humanity.
BOTTOM LINE: Intimate in every sense, Broken Bone Bathtub is a unique exploration of human strength, vulnerability, and interdependence.
BOTTOM LINE: Broadway’s first a cappella musical rocks!
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.