Even the hit songs in this early Jule Styne musical would recede in a better show.
As a cohesive evening of music drama, this ambitious double bill doesn’t quite add up.
To resurrect this astonishing show at all in a brief time frame is almost miraculous.
A wonderful musical performance, hampered by a misguided production.
The sexiest moment on Broadway this season features a 73-year-old man and a single button.
REVIEW: Everybody Loves to Break a Bough: The Cradle Will Rock at Classic Stage Company (for Parterre Box)
At Classic Stage, this pallid imitation of Brecht & Weill meets a director with the same aesthetic.
Rodgers and Hart’s 1938 dance musical proves impossible to resuscitate.
Scott Ellis’s busy production puts Porter’s sublime musical between a rock and a hard place.
In their best moments, the mezzo and pianist Ted Sperling were near-ideal Bernstein-isti.
What R. B. Schlather’s visually arresting production has to do with the opera remains a mystery.