Only a complete overhaul with new creatives could turn this into a Stateside hit.
As New York comes off a major round of Stephen Sondheim tributes, all inspired by the composer-lyricist's 80th birthday earlier this year, the U.K. is having its own streak of Sondheim productions —…
Martin Sherman's play seeks to explain the glamour attached to the egomaniacal shipping magnate.
"Or You Could Kiss Me," has marvelous moments. Unfortunately, it has almost no momentum
London's National Theater (NT) averaged 90% capacity over the 2009-10 season with 1.2 million in attendance, up 45% over the previous year, according to the theater's annual report published.
Michael Grandage will step down as a.d. of London's Donmar Warehouse in late 2011.
Trevor Nunn has taken Sebastian Faulks' passionate bestselling British novel about love and sacrifice in WWI and made it unaffecting and torpid.
The mantra for the long list of producers seeking berths for forthcoming West End musicals: Book early. But that's easier said than done, given the current state of affairs in London theater.
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