Designer Jonathan Fensom frames David Grindley's effortful revival of "Six Degrees of Separation."
Baffled by Pinter? You won't be after Christopher Morahan's revival of "The Caretaker."
Advance sales for "Love Never Dies," Andrew Lloyd Webbers follow-up to "The Phantom of the Opera," have reached $13.7 million.
This guilty pleasure of a show remains precision-engineered candy-floss.
Edward Hall has been appointed a.d. of London's 325-seat Hampstead theater, one of the U.K.'s key new writing venues.
Frank McGuinness is pouring old wine into new bottles in his play 'Garbo.'
Even though Cameron Mackintosh's "Oliver!" revival got the year off to a record-breaking start, this was the year of the play.
Keira's fine, but the title role is so miscast that the production never achieves comic lift-off.
Fear of discovery welds audiences to Roger Michell's taut and well-acted production, "Rope."
The upcoming West End opening of "Legally Blonde" on Jan. 13 is already notable for one industry reason: It's attempting to rewrite London's reviewing policy.
An imaginative symbiosis between Michael Grandage's riveting production and John Logan's new play.