Any native of a downtrodden city will tell you that there’s an undeniably authentic quality to the work here.
You can’t swing a cat in this town without hitting a theater with a dysfunctional family drama, and this one even has the kitty to prove it.
Star wattage seems to be the new energy source powering Broadway.
Perhaps the most shocking aspect of provocateur Ivo van Hove’s slick remounting of Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes is that it really isn’t that shocking.
This has to be the toughest prediction year since Avenue Q shockingly walked away with the Best Musical prize six years ago.
Faith or no faith, whatever denomination you wish to call yourself, Passion Play more than lives up to its title.