Subsidize this: Brit legit players scored in 2010, but what's next for the onstage heavy hitters?
The rise of not-for-profit houses, notably the Royal Court, the Donmar and National Theater, was unquestionably the London legit story of 2010.
U.K. legit company Kneehigh ("Brief Encounter") will bring its previously announced stage version of the movie tuner "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" to the West End in March, following its February…
Surrendering to the insanity that is Feydeau's farce "A Flea in Her Ear" is a case of "double your pleasure, double your fun."
"Matilda" turns out to be an explosion of joy, the most exhilarating and flat-out best musical since "Billy Elliot."
Everyone is stuck in the same house, a shallow writer is making hay with other men's wives, a man is trying to put on his play, someone gets shot … what's this, "The Seagull"? Almost.
Derek Jacobi's Lear is upsetting not because he scales epic heights but because he so startlingly plumbs depths of terror.
Both the material and Rachel Kavanaugh's skilled production are as tasteful as the elegantly dressed band.