George Buchner's 1835 drama "Danton's Death" remains almost alarmingly modern in terms of form.
The Chichester Festival Theater tuner version of "Love Story," Erich Segal's 1970s bestseller, is to transfer to the West End.
Lee Hall and Elton John ("Billy Elliot") are to re-team for a tuner version of George Orwell's 1945 novella "Animal Farm."
An exquisitely painful comedy of embarrassment.
The current vogue for pint-sized revivals of grand-scale tuners reveals one thing: only the strongest writing survives such intimate scrutiny.
At first glance, there's not much that links upcoming productions of Mike Bartlett's decade-spanning "Earthquakes in London," Bryony Lavery's boxing tale "Beautiful Burnout" and the interdisciplinary…
The Punchdrunk company takes audiences on a walkabout, replacing narrative with sensory overload.
Stargazers may be satisfied by the sight of Jeff Goldblum and Mercedes Ruehl, but there's precious little else to offer.
Former National Theater supremo and screen helmer Richard Eyre ("Notes On A Scandal") will helm Feydeau's classic French farce "A Flea In her Ear" as part of the 2010-11 season at the Old Vic, the…
This ebullient revival of David Hirson's "La Bete" is largely a winner.
A collection of premieres -- one world, one European, one U.K. and one London -- make up the fall season at London's Hampstead Theater, where the slate finishes with a Mike Leigh-helmed staging of…