BOTTOM LINE: An intense look at the storied attorney's most famous cases in defense of civil and human rights.
BOTTOM LINE: The Providence of Neighboring Bodies and Latter Days are quietly profound reflections on two starkly different worlds trapped in monotony and fear of the unknown.
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: A wild, highly inappropriate journey through time, as told by a commedia group of Fools—masters and servants alike.
BOTTOM LINE: Four women have tea. Also, the world ends. A lot.
BOTTOM LINE: Those who love wit and wickedness will greatly enjoy this charming ensemble production that perseveres amidst the haunting specter of the Great War.
BOTTOM LINE: A historic, deeply relevant, and beautifully presented production of August Wilson’s tenth and final Broadway premiere.
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.