"I bet you didn't expect this to happen, did you? Big bloody confessional kind of horror-story thing." So says the eponymous heroine of Simon Stephens' new play, "Harper Regan."
"Don't you love farce?" That's the question, famously and ironically posed by Stephen Sondheim in his most popular song, "Send in the Clowns." It's also the question the U.S. producers of Broadway's…
Crossover appears to be one of the themes of the Donmar Warehouse's newly announced 2008-09 slate, the sixth under a.d. Michael Grandage.
You can say something a helluva lot faster than you can sing it. That's just one reason tuners aren't exactly famous for their brevity. And brevity, it turns out, is the last word anyone is using to…
It's always feast or famine in the musical theater market in Australia, but right now auds are feasting like never before.
Has anyone out there seen "Chains of Dew?" I thought not.
Historic plays are as much about the time in which they are written as the period they address. In Howard Brenton's new bio-play about British prime minister Harold Macmillan, "Never So Good," that…
"The God of Carnage" is in the expert hands of director Matthew Warchus and a blistering cast. Together they turn the sociological satire into a guiltily pleasurable knife-edge balance between…
"Like Daniel Radcliffe's trousers, we have a lot to pack in." So said Richard E. Grant, whose Olivier Awards hosting spiel made up for in due dispatch what it lacked in subtlety. Grant kept things…
The night's single biggest winner was "Hairspray," but an unusually wide spread of wins at Sunday night's Laurence Olivier Awards was matched by some high-profile shutouts at the 32nd edition of…