No one is gathering 'round to "tell sad stories of the death of kings" in Yale Rep's production of "Richard II." There's precious little mourning of the fall of England's man-child monarch, played by…
Those looking for a theatrical second coming with the resurrection of Andrew Lloyd Webber's once Rialto-bound musical "Whistle Down the Wind" will be disappointed in this U.S. touring production.
Lynn Nottage, whose Off Broadway hit "Intimate Apparel" received multiple productions across the country, is among 24 people honored by the MacArthur Foundation with this year's "genius grants," it…
Robert Penn Warren's sprawling "All the King's Men," gets a rip-roaring turn at Trinity Rep in Providence.
The late, great theatrical genie Charles Ludlum must be smiling down on the wonderfully ridiculous, gloriously low-tech and insanely fast-paced stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1935 classic…
Hal Holbrook has temporarily ankled the Hartford Stage production of "Our Town" due to exhaustion.
Parallel universes converge in spectacular ways in Theatre de la Jeune Lune's duo of "Figaro" and "Don Juan Giovanni" alternating at the American Repertory Theater.
Campbell Scott plays hi character with a cool and crafty nonchalance in Ronan Noone's uneven and ultimately disappointing one-hander, "The Atheist."
What looks like promising (and appealingly public domain) source material for a grand family-friendly musical comes up short on the creative end -- again. It's going to take more than the extra money…
Pairing the music of Stephen Sondheim with black musical idioms is a dynamic way to rediscover yet again the richness and range of the composer's works. But Billy Porter has gone one inspiration too…
Time has not been kind to the fading Gulf Coast guest house -- nor its inhabitants -- in Lillian Hellman's melodrama of misspent lives, "The Autumn Garden," which is receiving an effective and rare…