You don't want to believe everything you hear, now, girls.
Hanif Kureishi's adaptation of his 1989 novel "The Black Album," about the rise of fundamentalism in Britain, is the latest play to premiere at London's National Theater.
"Prima Donna" has rich orchestral textures, but too many of them sound borrowed.
Those were the days. In 1951, "The King and I" weighed in as the most expensive show in Broadway history, costing $360,000.
Alexi Kaye Campbell's hotly anticipated successor to last year's Olivier-winning debut "The Pride."
One of the sweetest treats for the "Billy Elliot" production team at June 7's Tony Awards was that it was a reunion. Fifteen years earlier, director Stephen Daldry, designer Ian MacNeil and lighting…
With a crack cast led by a spellbinding Helen Mirren in the title role, this is a night to relish.
Sadly, David Leveaux's textureless production barely even hints at the crucial undertow.
Broadway's successful season has been echoed in London's West End, which, like the Rialto, has exceeded expectations despite the recession and a slew of recent shutterings, most notably the transfer…
Jude Law is a riveting, mercurial and thrillingly vital Hamlet in this taut London production.
Despite a slow start and clunky storytelling, it's shamelessly and irresistibly entertaining.