Helmer Terry Johnson finds opportunities galore for such delicious hijinks in Ben Travers' 1926 genre classic.
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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…
The April 19 Broadway bow of Donmar Warehouse's "Mary Stuart" would be enough to keep most not-for-profits working overtime.
Dramatist and screenwriter John Logan ("Sweeney Todd") will world preem his play "Red" as part of the fall-winter 2009-10 season at London's Donmar Warehouse.
How's this for audacity? Dressed in stolen Yoruba tribal costumes signifying the honoring of death, a British ruling-class couple dances the Charleston. And, in this production, they're played by…
The West End is no longer hospitable to drama. At least, that's what the doom merchants would have us believe. And with tuners like "Avenue Q" and Michael Jackson tribute "Thriller" occupying…
Thesp Daniel Evans ("Sunday in the Park With George") has been named the new a.d. of major U.K. regional Sheffield Theaters.
Nobody does emotional blackmail better than Polly Stenham -- or, rather, her characters. Demands made by a wreck of a mother wreaked havoc in the 19-year-old playwright's assured, awards-laden debut…
Brit legit helmers Deborah Warner, Katie Mitchell, Rupert Goold and Jonathan Miller headline the 2009-10 season at English National Opera.
Looking at the global phenomenon that is "Mamma Mia!," it's hard to believe, but, prior to its 1999 opening at London's Prince Edwards Theater, the show wasn't regarded as a sure-fire hit.
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