Theatre Reviews

  1. To make the actors comfortable, the director of “Frankie and Johnny” brought in an expert in staging sex scenes — Broadway’s first, and certainly not its last.
  2. Each show arrived on Broadway with a big name in its title and major creative talents behind the scenes. But audiences kept their distance.
  3. Audience members with compromised vision had the rare chance to feel their way through the Broadway show’s elaborate set before a recent performance.
  4. Daniel Glenn’s astutely goofy portrait of legislative gridlock in the Plymouth Colony casts women as some seriously conflicted founding fathers.
  5. The star-studded performance was surreal and unsubtle, but somehow fitting for a political era of tragedy-as-farce.