Eighty-four years on, Elmer Rice continues to harangue about the pitifulness of the human condition in "The Adding Machine."
"A Little Night Music" is arguably Stephen Sondheim's most perfect show, if not his most adventurous, but it loses some luster at South Coast Rep through half-baked directorial decisions.
She's the proud winner of two Emmys and two Tonys, but Bebe Neuwirth is a terp at heart. "Acting and singing are what I do," she says. "But a dancer is what I am."
When one "Jersey Boy" visited the Actors Fund Home last year he discovered not just a nursing home but a repository of showbiz lore, a place where old can mingle with young. That would be John Lloyd…
The national touring company of "Avenue Q," the Tony-winning primer on adulthood, is shipshape for its Los Angeles engagement. Having assembled a cast as skillful as his Gotham originals, helmer…
The plays of Plautus are widely and incorrectly thought to be a laugh riot on the strength of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," which actually incorporates only one line and a few…
A fascinating footnote in American history, the real-life case of West Point cadet Johnson C. Whittaker is the potent subject matter of "Matter of Honor," the generally absorbing military mystery now…
For Gillian and Shep it's passion in an instant, but this is the 1950s after all, a period especially tough on mixed marriages.
In the Blank Theater Company's world premiere of "Heads," playwright EM Lewis is as much a prisoner of her genre as her four Westerners are of the Iraqi terrorists who have tossed them, in pairs…
While the envelope-pushing raunchfest "Invasion! The Musical" boasts but one auteur -- librettist-lyricist-director-actor Aaron Matijasic -- it rather resembles the latenight handiwork of a team of…
"The Trial of the Catonsville Nine" is a trenchant document that deserves to be back on the boards as often as possible, especially now that the issues it addresses are so relevant and pressing.
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