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December 27, 2007

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.

Tickets to all of these shows were available at the box office last week.

Because of the recently settled stagehands' strike, many Broadway shows are offering heavily discounted tickets to certain performances. For information, go here.

August: Osage County (drama, R, adult subject matter, closes Mar. 9, reviewed here)
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)
The Farnsworth Invention (drama, PG-13, reviewed here)
Grease (musical, PG-13, some sexual content, reviewed here)
The Homecoming (drama, R, adult subject matter, closes Apr. 13, reviewed here)
Is He Dead? (farce, G, reasonably family-friendly, reviewed here)
Rock 'n' Roll * (drama, PG-13, way too complicated for kids, reviewed here)
The Seafarer (drama, PG-13, adult subject matter, reviewed here)
Beesilo.jpgThe 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, closes Jan. 20, reviewed here)

The Devil's Disciple (drama, G/PG-13, not suitable for children, closes Jan. 27, reviewed here)
The Fantasticks (musical, G, suitable for children old enough to enjoy a love story, reviewed here)

Cymbeline (drama, PG, too complicated for kids, closes Jan. 6, reviewed here)
The Glorious Ones (musical, R, extremely bawdy, closes Jan. 6, reviewed here)

The Drowsy Chaperone (musical, G/PG-13, mild sexual content and a profusion of double entendres, reviewed here)
Things We Want (drama, R, adult subject matter, reviewed here)

Posted December 27, 2007 12:00 AM

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