"To hell with my virginity," says a frustrated ingenue in the opening lines.
Al Pacino will accept a special Elliot Norton Award on behalf of his friend, the late actor Paul Benedict, when the Boston Theater Critics Assn. presents its annual honors May 11.
Beyond a new logo, slogan ("Experience the A.R.T") and even re-spelling of American Repertory Theater's name, new artistic director Diane Paulus is dramatically making over A.R.T. in Cambridge…
Lois Smith will be ankling early from Steppenwolf Theater Company's Chicago production of "The Tempest" to play Stella Gordon, the matriarch of a Texas family in the Hartford Stage remount of Horton…
The tuner adaptation of "Tales of the City" and the latest play by Pulitzer-winner Nilo Cruz are among the new works to be developed this year during the O'Neill Theater Center's annual summer…
Landing the catch is only half the battle in the new adaptation of "The Old Man and the Sea" at New Haven's Long Wharf Theater.
New Haven's Long Wharf Theater will host the world preem of Athol Fugard's first play set in the U.S., "Have You Seen Us?"
Kenny Leon will be doing double duty in Beantown next season.
For someone with a full-time job in Connecticut, Michael Wilson is spending a lot of time in New York.
Hartford Stage has received a $500,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for its production of Horton Foote's adaptation of his nine-play "The Orphans' Home Cycle."
"Notes From Underground," world premiering at Yale Rep, is an open wound of a play, oozing self-loathing, throbbing with intensity and stinking with misogyny.