Newsday's reviews of Broadway, off-Broadway and Long Island theater productions.
In the history of raunchy-broad originals, which includes Sophie Tucker and early Bette Midler, we now have Bridget Everett. More »
There are just three characters in "This Is Our Youth" and three gifted, demographically hot-button actors onstage in this Broadway premiere of Kenneth Lonergan's 1996 slacker comedy. More »
The Web description of Robert O'Hara's "Bootycandy" promises a "kaleidoscope of sketches that interconnect to portray growing up gay and black." That's mostly true, so long as you don't look too hard for the sketches to interconnect. More »
The Signature Theatre's two new resident playwrights this season are popular veteran A.R. Gurney and the poetically intense Naomi Wallace. They could not be more different, yet both have been given the Signature stamp with thoughtful, passionate productions. More »