Audra McDonald, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Joe Mantello on a versatile collaborator who came to know “he didn’t have to repeat himself.”
Author Archives: ELISABETH VINCENTELLI
The fact that they’re subtitled means they require close attention. Maybe it’s not a bad thing to put down the phone.
For over three hours online Sunday night, the Broadway superfan schmoozed, fund-raised and gave stars a chance to share their music.
As bans on public gatherings have proliferated nationwide in response to coronavirus, shows and special programs are announcing streaming plans daily.
The movie may be an easily forgettable action comedy, but as a Mark Wahlberg vehicle it is also easily watchable.
Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen’s show at the Public Theater, with live music by Steve Earle, is based on a real-life West Virginia mining tragedy.
Ethan Lipton’s delirious Western comedy features a pigtailed gunslinger, a soul-sucking demon and singing puppet cactuses, among other inspired flights of fancy.
At the first of a series of New York-area arena dates on her Courage World Tour, the pop diva was fully in command of her glorious voice — and the crowd gathered to bask in it.
A “revisal” of a Meredith Willson musical has a strong female lead who doesn’t quit, and her unrelenting energy makes for a static production.