Who wants impersonations when the real thing is back? Judging by the response of screaming fans to "Never Forget," quite a few. And while it may plumb a new low in cynical producing, the show…
In a move likely to usher in widespread change across the West End legit map, Britain's National Theater will commence Sunday performances in September, following protracted negotiations with Equity…
When characters in a musical are reduced to singing the cliche: "Lost are the songs we could have sung," it's a worry. When that lament is followed by the line, "Where are those melodies now?" it…
European premieres of plays by Sam Shepard and Neil LaBute will bookend the fall season at the Almeida Theatre.
A slew of tuners is hovering over prospective London theaters like planes in a Heathrow holding pattern. Producers of "Carousel," "Legally Blonde," "The Little Mermaid," "The Phantom of the Opera…
Last year, the Royal Shakespeare Company festival of "The Complete Works" gave the venerable troupe the kind of boost it had lacked for well over a decade.
Samantha Spiro's mold-breaking performance in Angus Jackson's strongly focused revival returns the musical to its tears-of-a-clown roots.
It's not easy making theatrical waves on both sides of the Atlantic when your below-the-title job description hovers between director and choreographer, without settling on either. But that's exactly…
Screen thesps Joseph Fiennes, Ian Hart and Phyllis Logan will return to the stage to headline "2000 Feet Away" at the Bush Theater, London's 86-seat new writing powerhouse.
The National Theater's "Fram" can be accused of many things -- I'll come to them -- but short of ideas it is not. However, when the background to those ideas is better expressed in the theatergoer's…