In “Death, Let Me Do My Show,” Rachel Bloom, the Golden Globe and Emmy-winning star of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” reflects on how the Grim Reaper has come to shadow all she does.
Pulitzer-winning Annie Baker’s new play, “Infinite Life,” is set in a California clinic, whose characters fast as they confront, and try to make sense of, the pain they are in.
The Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park bids farewell, until 2025, with a production of “The Tempest” that is full of bounce, but strangely resistant to its source material.
Antonio Díaz is an amazing illusionist, especially around apparent teleportation! But his Broadway debut feels more advertisement—with stunning surprises—than full theatrical show.
“The Shark Is Broken” is a witty and sharp Broadway play about the blow-ups and bonding between the lead actors of “Jaws,” co-written by Ian Shaw—who also plays his father Robert.
“Back to the Future: The Musical” is an amiably rollicking Broadway reanimation of a movie classic, in no mood to address its flaws, which seem—ironically—stuck in another era.
“The Shark Is Broken” stars Ian Shaw, Colin Donnell, and Alex Brightman talk Robert Shaw, Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, “Jaws”—and the Speedo scene of the Broadway year.