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'Cost of Living' Broadway review: A gripping, unexpected drama

The absorbing show pushes back against our expectations for a story like this one.

Andrew Lloyd Webber's troubled 'Cinderella' heads to Broadway with changes — and a new title

“Cinderella” is coming to Broadway after all — and, like the main character, she’s getting an extreme makeover.

'Leopoldstadt' Broadway review: Tom Stoppard's play is too big and icy

A grandmother makes a depressing observation early on in Tom Stoppard’s latest play “Leopoldstadt,” which opened Sunday night on Broadway.

'Hocus Pocus 2' is lousy, lame millennial nostalgia bait

Unfunny, overly self-referential twaddle.

'American Horror Story' is right — New York City is a terrifying hellhole

We no longer reside in the glittering, enviable metropolis of “Sex and the City” and “The Devil Wears Prada.” 

'Blonde' review: Netflix's bogus Marilyn Monroe movie is a cruel slog

A fabulist's tale of cruelty, objectification, pain and control. 

Horrifying study reveals how woke Gen Z is out to destroy entertainment

Enjoy anything fun and flighty that’s more than 90 seconds long while you still can.

Harry Styles and Florence Pugh's meh sci-fi film is too obvious

So much behind-the-scenes drama, so little on-screen satisfaction. Director Olivia Wilde’s so-so suspense film “Don’t Worry Darling” has been beset by nasty rumors since it premiered in Venice earlier this...

Brendan Fraser and Steven Spielberg could win Oscars

The flick to beat is now Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical “The Fabelmans.”

'Phantom of the Opera' sales explode after shock closing announcement

After The Post’s Friday scoop that the show would close this winter after 35 years, it took in $2 million in ticket sales by 8 p.m., producer Cameron Mackintosh exclusively told...