What initially seems an obsessive-compulsive mash note to The Simpsons becomes a brain-teasing deconstruction of pop culture, theater, and nothing less than the storytelling instinct itself.
The Machine, in short, is an anti-capitalist tragedy that spends half its time looking like a sci-fi melodrama and the other half like a biopic.
With expert comic timing and devastating charm, Urie plays an out-of-work gay actor who’s hired to work for Barbra Streisand.
Ladies and gentlemen, don’t be a sucker. Step right up to Pippin, the greatest homegrown show of the season.
We sat down with Beane in the historic Lyceum theater to talk about his works now playing on Broadway.
Mandvi talked to us recently about the play and his role as the lawyer.
O’Hara spoke to us recently about his collaboration with actor-playwright Colman Domingo.
Thomas is back on Broadway in the Manhattan Theatre Club’s revival of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People.