Theatre Reviews

  1. A delicious new musical about Broadway narcissists, Indiana homophobes, the possibility of accommodation — and zazz.
  2. Daly speaks about “Downstairs,” the play Theresa Rebeck wrote for him and his sister Tyne. He also discusses his life and his arts activism.
  3. City Center’s production of the landmark musical from 1975 is a pleasure, an education and a problem.
  4. Lloyd Suh’s rich play follows an immigrant and her translator over decades.
  5. How three Broadway actresses capture the essence of one superstar: Thank the costumes, “Burlesque” — and white teeth.