The opening moments of “Pippin” are the most thrilling since the humans and beasts of “The Lion King” spilled down the aisles to the onstage savannah more than 15 years ago.
In “Kinky Boots,” Billy Porter flaunts a pair of thigh-high, shiv-heeled cherry red sparkling dazzlers like sex weapons.
An unscrupulous, sanctimonious snake vying for his party’s presidential nomination, Senator Joseph Cantwell seems like an uncanny imitation of Rick Santorum, especially as played by Eric McCormack.
North American Financial Holdings, which raised $900 million to buy banks, is acquiring TIB Financial Corp ., Florida’s third-biggest listed bank holding company.
There are plenty of good reasons to see “Giant,” an epic new musical at New York’s Public Theater.
Al Pacino is ferociously over-the- top as Shylock, the embittered Jew at the heart of Shakespeare ’s black comedy, “The Merchant of Venice.”
Nobody, but nobody makes the female citizens of Broadway look hotter, dance better and come hither with greater pizzazz than costume designer William Ivey Long .
David Mamet’s 1977 “A Life in the Theatre,” its title winkingly lifted from Stanislavsky, is revived, this time on Broadway, with Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight.
Political correctness suffers a lively blow in the slight, endearing “ Elling ,” a Broadway comedy starring Brendan Fraser and Denis O’Hare as mentally ill roommates tentatively making their way in the world.
The female fauna is lush, the food four star and there are hot and cold running servants.