TT: So you want to see a show?

Here’s my list of recommended Broadway and off-Broadway shows, updated weekly. In all cases, I gave these shows favorable reviews in The Wall Street Journal when they opened. For more information, click on the title.


Warning: Broadway shows marked with an asterisk were sold out, or nearly so, last week.


BROADWAY:

- Avenue Q* (musical, R, adult subject matter and one show-stopping scene of puppet-on-puppet sex, reviewed here)

- A Chorus Line* (musical, PG-13/R, adult subject matter, reviewed here)

- Company* (musical, PG-13/R, adult subject matter and situations, reviewed here)

- The Drowsy Chaperone* (musical, G/PG-13, mild sexual content and a profusion of double entendres, reviewed here)

- The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee* (musical, PG-13, mostly family-friendly but contains a smattering of strong language and a production number about an unwanted erection, reviewed here)

- The Vertical Hour* (drama, PG-13, adult subject matter, reviewed here, closes Apr. 1)

- Voyage (The Coast of Utopia, part 1)* (drama, G, too intellectually complex to be suitable for children of any age, reviewed here, closes May 12)


OFF BROADWAY:

- The Fantasticks (musical, G, suitable for children old enough to enjoy a love story, reviewed here)

- Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living In Paris (musical revue, R, adult subject matter and sexual content, reviewed here)

- The Voysey Inheritance (drama, G, adult subject matter, reviewed here, closes Feb. 10)


CLOSING SOON:

- Two Trains Running (drama, PG-13, adult subject matter, reviewed here, closes Jan. 28)


CLOSING NEXT WEEK:

- Slava’s Snowshow (performance art, G, child-friendly, reviewed here, closes Jan. 14)

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“Growing up, as he came to understand after he had gotten safely through it, was essentially the process of learning not to care.”


Allen Drury, Advise and Consent

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