★★★★ Tom Stoppard’s early masterwork is a shell-shocked delight in revival at the Roundabout
★★★★★ Tom Hollander heads a just about perfect cast, directed just about perfectly by Patrick Marber
★★★ Des McAnuff and Sergio Trujillo, with three Donnas and an all-woman chorus, put on an entertaining, confounding biomusical
★★★ A new jukebox musical, despite predictable shortcomings, has a worthy subject and a winning spirit.
★★★★ J.K. Rowling’s immortal wizard vanquishes Broadway, too
★★★★ The boy who lived is a troubled father, in a haunting, exhilarating two-part play conceived by J.K. Rowling with top theater artists.
★★★★★ Lerner and Loewe’s masterwork shines in a masterful new production
★★★★ Bartlett Sher directs Lauren Ambrose, Harry Hadden-Paton and an impeccable cast
★★★ Joshua Jackson as speech teacher to the deaf and Sarah Ridloff as unwilling student
★★★★ The bittersweet Rodgers & Hammerstein classic sounds far lovelier than it looks