A still, black pool surrounds the vibrant revival of “The Glass Menagerie” that opened last Thursday night on Broadway.
The Daily Bugle newspaper continues to founder along with Peter Parker and his alter ego.
Time to ponder the fall season I realized as I fed apples to my pigs Hamlette, Venus and Mimi.
Luckily for Broadway, Rosh Hashanah comes around only once a year.
Our picks for the weekend:
You’ve seen the splashy ads featuring names like Daniel Craig, Mary-Louise Parker and “Big Fish.” Now it’s time to check out the musicals, comedies and dramas vying for your attention and cash this fall. Here’s my selection of the most enticing.
In the theater, “caveat emptor” invariably means “as reimagined by...” Those words attached to a play’s title are a warning: Watch out. You’re entering Director World.
Kim Cattrall’s gigolo, the Bolshoi Ballet, Ron Arad’s 3-D glasses, and a European beer festival are our choices for London this weekend.
Woody Allen finally makes his Tennessee Williams movie with “Blue Jasmine,” a terrifically engaging re-imagining of “A Streetcar Named Desire.”
When Olive Fisher, the cranky complainer of Charles Busch’s new comedy set in a Manhattan apartment, insists that she’s never started an argument in her life, eyes roll.