BWW Review: Forest Whitaker Undistinguished in a Handsomely Designed HUGHIE
by Michael Dale - Feb 25, 2016

The Oscar-winner makes his Broadway debut with what is essentially an hour-long monologue. (more...)

Reasons To Get Excited; Broadway's January/February Openings
by Michael Dale - Dec 28, 2015

The first two months of the year are traditionally a bit slow on Broadway, but we've got four big shows coming in this year. (more...)

BWW Interviews Part II: John Markus and Mark St. Germain Discuss THE FABULOUS LIPITONES, Bill Cosby, Future Plans
by Matthew Allen - Apr 1, 2013

Since Tom Key became the Executive Artistic Director of Theatrical Outfit in 1995, the theatre company has grown to one of the most respected in the region, regularly premiering new works from acclaimed writers. Under Key's direction, a renowned playwright in his own right ('Cotton Patch Gospel', 'Confederency of Dunces'), T.O. has striven to present 'stories that stir the soul,' which according to St. Germain made it an ideal home for the world premiere of 'The Fabulous Lipitones.' The play tells the heart-warming story of a small-town barber shop quartet that reluctantly replaces its deceased leader with a pitch-perfect Indian Sikh. (more...)