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Recent articles by Adam:

Review: The Fever treats privilege as a raging disease

Lili Taylor has an infectious power in Wallace Shawn's trenchant dissection of capitalism and its discontents. → Read More

Review: Dana H. is an unforgettable trip to hell and back

Deirdre O'Connell gives a stunning Broadway performance in Lucas Hnath's eerie and harrowing true-crime story. → Read More

Review: The Lehman Trilogy spins a dazzling yarn on Broadway

Stefano Massini's engrossing epic, directed by Sam Mendes, depicts the rise and fall of the Lehman financial empire. → Read More

Review: Thoughts of a Colored Man

Keenan Scott II's new Broadway play sheds theatrical light on Black men in a portrait of seven Brooklyn denizens. → Read More

Review: Chicken & Biscuits is a long but unsatisfying meal

A squabbling Black family reunites for a funeral in this broad Broadway comedy by Douglas Lyons. → Read More

Ruben Santiago-Hudson revisits his roots in Lackawanna Blues

Santiago-Hudson's autobiographical Broadway solo show pays fond tribute to the formidable woman who raised him. → Read More

An interview with To Kill a Mockingbird's Celia Keenan-Bolger

The Tony-winning star talks about working for Scott Rudin, making Broadway better and getting typecast as children → Read More

Six English queens have their day in a flashy Broadway musical

Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss's tasty girl-power concert musical Six offers fresh pop riffs on the wives of Henry VIII. → Read More

Daniel Craig is coming to Broadway as Macbeth

Ruth Negga will costar as Lady Macbeth in Shakespeare's Scottish play. → Read More

2021 Tony Award Winners: Complete List Live from Broadway

A full list of winners of the 2021 Tony Awards, celebrating the best of the 2019–2020 Broadway season. → Read More

Dear Evan Hansen review: A bumpy high-school musical sneaks a pass

Ben Platt’s hard-driving musical performance seems out of place in its own star vehicle → Read More

Complete Tony Award 2021 Predictions: Who Will Win This Year?

We predict the winners for every category of Broadway's 2021 Tony Awards. → Read More

Back to Broadway: A Q&A with Chicago star Lillias White

The queen of Broadway showstoppers talks about turning 70, Black Theatre United and why she should play Fanny Brice. → Read More

The musical Beetlejuice will return to Broadway this spring

The surprise hit musical Beetlejuice, which closed in 2020, will rise from the dead in 2022 at the Marquis Theatre. → Read More

Off Broadway Review: Richard Nelson's What Happened?

Richard Nelson brings his lengthy Rhinebeck play cycle to a timely end. → Read More

Back to Broadway: A Q&A with Hadestown star André De Shields

Broadway legend André De Shields talks about a revolution, hippie love and the blessings of crisis. → Read More

The Grown-Ups is the coolest new play you probably can't see

A review of Nightdrive's smart and topical site-specific play, which is performed for under ten spectators at a time. → Read More

Six things I learned from my first night back at a Broadway show

A quick guide to returning to Broadway with the new safety protocols in place → Read More

Pass Over is a bold reopening salvo for Broadway's new season

A review of Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu's urgent and impassioned Pass Over, the first play to open on Broadway in 2021. → Read More

Back to Broadway: A Q&A with Moulin Rouge star Danny Burstein

Danny Burstein opens up about his battle with COVID, the death of his wife and the lessons of Broadway's lost year. → Read More