Production is fresh, lively and in many ways extraordinary -- and sure to create positive buzz prior to its just-announced spring perch at the Rialto's Music Box Theater.
Rob Ruggiero, the director whose Broadway credits include Valerie Harper starrer "Looped" and Kathleen Turner topliner "High," has been named the new producing artistic director at TheaterWorks in…
"Dear Elizabeth," which gets its world premiere at Yale Repertory Theater, playwright Sarah Ruhl ("The Clean House," "In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play"), frequent helmer-collaborator Les Waters…
"I'm a little bit trapped, I'm afraid," says the not-so-poor-butterfly title character in David Adjmi's audacious and stunning "Marie Antoinette," a co-prod that received joint world preems, first in…
The characters in Chad Beguelin's comedy-drama are hopelessly -- and sometimes hysterically -- adrift as they seek safe havens in relationships, family and career. But the harbors here are built on…
There's a lot of foreplay in Mark St. Germain's bio-play about sex educator and media personality Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer, a show receiving its world premiere at Barrington Stage Company's second…
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Kathleen Turner will direct and star in a new adaptation by Jeffrey Hatcher of Frank Marcus' 1964 play "The Killing of Sister George" at New Haven's Long Wharf Theater this fall.
Meet the Joneses. And meet the Joneses again. They're two couples that share more than a surname in Will Eno's weird and wonderful play, getting its world preem at New Haven's Yale Repertory Theater.
The pairing of roots rocker John Mellencamp and horror scribe Stephen King for a Southern Gothic musical may sound irresistible. But it takes more than a groove and gore to make this tedious tale of…
A world premiere stage version of Fritz Lang's "M" and the U.S. bow of Christopher Shinn's "Now or Later" are among the shows on tap for the 2012-13 season at Boston's Huntington Theater.
The musical "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" will premiere this fall at Hartford Stage, starring Tony winner Jefferson Mays and helmed by Darko Tresnjak, the theater's new artistic director.