Snow falls steadily throughout "John Gabriel Borkman." Glimpsed through the tall windows of Peter McKintosh's somber Norwegian house, it covers not just the chilled ground but the past mistakes of…
As anyone who caught her Tony-winning turn in "The History Boys" will attest, Frances de la Tour, high priestess of droll, could wring laughs out of reading an airline timetable.
A world-premiere of a play by Michael Frayn and the London premiere of Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry's tuner "Parade" are the centerpieces of the new Donmar Warehouse season announced today by…
First and foremost, Harold Pinter was, and is, an actor. That's why he writes so uncommonly well for them, rather than merely providing mouthpieces for authorial ideas.
Steven Pimlott, one of the U.K.'s most eclectic and versatile stage directors, died Feb. 14 in Colchester, Essex, of lung cancer. He was 53.
Trust the writing, not the writer. Tennessee Williams's evocation of memory and yearning long ago acquired classic status by virtue of its exquisitely controlled theatrical expressionism.
The 31st Laurence Olivier legit awards will be remembered as the night of the giant-killers. Beating out a bunch of commercial behemoths, the intimate revival of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's…
National Theater artistic director Nicholas Hytner unveiled on Thursday a raft of world premieres, new stage adaptations and classic revivals skedded for the next 12 months. He also used the occasion…
London's hedonistic fashionistas are hard at it. To Grant Olding's 21st-century electro soundtrack, Tom Hardy flashes a built, undressed chest and tattoos at the camera and flaunts himself across the…
The Royal Court Theater is touting its first season under artistic director Dominic Cooke as a revitalization rather than a revolution. As expected, Cooke, 40, continues the mission of world…
Strands: The answer to the small-scale producer's perennial cry of "How can I get national critics to my fringe show?" is simple: Open in January.