Big Fish at Neil Simon Theatre
Broadway's latest musical spectacular, Big Fish, is a screen-to-stage transfer of the 2003 film based on the 1998 novel of the same name. The plot centers around the conflict between a tall tail-telling father and his skeptical son. Is Big Fish a "catch" or should it be thrown back? Find out in our full review!
Bad Jews at Laure Pels Theatre
The intriguingly titled Bad Jews is a small play, taking place in real time and never changing location. The play's main character -- the religiously zealous Daphna Feygenbaum -- points out the number of Jewish Nobel prize winners is disproportionately large compared to their global population and accuses a shiksa of looking like she was "live water-birthed in a Talbot's." Find out if her fire-brand style of rhetoric is for you in our full review.