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.'
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.
Matthew White's revival of "Sweet Charity" is a thrillingly complete piece of work.
A neat tragicomedy that is almost a guilty pleasure.