A powerful and heartbreaking turn in a classic role.
Elizabeth Franz, Death of a Salesman
As his devoted wife, she ripped your heart out, stomped on it, and put it back in again.
Vanessa Redgrave, Long Day's Journey Into Night
She climbed the walls--literally--in a riveting portrayal of madness.
Mark Rylance, Richard III
His take was daring, funny and truly potent.
Stephen Spinella, Angels in America
An extraordinarily poetic presence in a landmark work.
Natasha Richardson, Cabaret
She got straight to the messy optimism of Sally Bowles, warts and all.
Angela Lansbury, Sweeney Todd
She made Mrs. Lovett horrific yet adorable, in a brilliant performance.
Two legends at the peak of their talents, serving wry cynicism with pizzazz.
Just when you thought no one could breathe new life into Mama Rose…
Volcanic, mesmerizing, once in a lifetime.