Sienna Miller is out of her depth, making her dance of power and death an unaffecting tragedy.
This cheeky satire of children's television shows like "Sesame Street" is fresh and funny.
A talented cast and vigorous direction supply crowd-pleasing elements in this lively new musical.
Manhattan Theater Club has announced its second extension of Broadway revival "The Royal Family," now skedded through Dec. 13 at the Samuel J. Friedman Theater.
Alan Rickman's Donmar Warehouse production of August Strindberg's "Creditors" will see a New York run as part of the Brooklyn Academy of Music's 2010 spring season.
New-season momentum kicked up a notch on Broadway in Week 20 as box office jumped 15% to $20,633,375, with almost every show on the boards posting at least modest gains.
The powerhouse quartet waging domestic war every night in Tony-winning play "God of Carnage" will be a hard act to follow, but producers have announced a replacement cast, stepping into the Broadway…
Stephen Dillane will head the ensemble for year two of the Bridge Project, the joint legit venture from Sam Mendes' Neal Street Prods., the Old Vic under artistic director Kevin Spacey and the…
Warmed-over apple pie and flat soda pop, anyone?
Sutton Foster will star as Nurse Fay Apple in the Encores! revival of Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents' little-seen 1964 cult musical, "Anyone Can Whistle."