Broadway has seen many musicals, but the ones it’s never seen still fascinate
What objects survive to tell the theater’s vanishing story?
As the Drama Book Shop staves off its final curtain, a consideration of the magnetism books—and their permanence—hold for theater people
When the great, polymathic actor died in December, the theater lost one of its most remarkable artists
A drunk yells, a panic starts, a columnist worries. Should he?
The late María Irene Fornés wandered through many forms, rewriting the rules as she went
Recent revivals of problematic classics such as Carousel and My Fair Lady recognize a problem but don’t solve it
In his debut column for New York Stage Review, the longtime Village Voice critic reflects on a season of no playgoing