Fairy-tale vision releases this notoriously problematic play into deliciously vivid life.
A fitfully dramatic study of the conflict between political involvement and necessary detachment.
Zinnie Harris' new version of "A Doll's House" gains its relevance at a price.
Cross the masturbatory frenzy of early Philip Roth with Edward Albee's "The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?"
Alan Bennett's new play "The Habit of Art," directed by National Theater a.d. Nicholas Hytner, will be filmed live and screened in 60 U.K. cinemas and a further 110 screens worldwide.
"THE COMMODITY IS MONEY. You can buy and sell money. You can buy and sell the absence of money, debt, which used to strike me as funny."
Should be far more affecting than this National Theater production allows.
Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart aren't all that makes this latest revival unusually theatrical.
Helmer Terry Johnson finds opportunities galore for such delicious hijinks in Ben Travers' 1926 genre classic.
"We're hoping for a new kind of musical."
With money-spinning productions all over the world, "Wicked" is the tuner that put the green into greenbacks. But few of the show's predominantly youthful audience has seen the pre-existing sequel…