This rock musical by librettist Steven Sater and composer Duncan Sheik debuted off-Broadway in 2006, and the play it’s based on, Frank Wedekind’s Frühlings Erwachen, dates back to 1891. But Porchlight Music Theatre’s moving new production feels troublingly timely in director/choreographer Brenda Didier’s taut, intimate staging, due both to the heartfelt performances of its excellent […]
The Duke Ellington revue is pure fire and joy.
Michael John LaChiusa’s riff on Arthur Schnitzler’s 1897 play gets a stellar production from Theo Ubique.
The cast brings the group of dancers to life.
The young heir’s existential culture feels more relatable close-up.
Like the original production, Kokandy Productions’ revival weaves serviceable material into a compelling story.
A “ferocious ensemble effort” and a pitch-perfect revival are among this week’s best bets.
“The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical” and the unhinged Albee classic are among this week’s best bets.
There was much ado about the casting of Porchlight Theatre’s In the Heights, but Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pre-Hamilton musical shines through.
Porchlight’s Dreamgirls, Piven Theatre’s Dead Man Walking, and Steep Theatre’s The Few are among this week’s theater highlights.
Rodgers and Hart’s 1940 musical Pal Joey, now in revival by Porchlight Music Theatre, pushed Broadway’s boundaries.