"Secondhand Lions," the 2003 New Line Cinema pic that inspired the stage musical now getting its world premiere from Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater, got knocked by critics for being schmaltzy and a…
Most first dates are a complete story, with a beginning, middle and definitive end. But the best ones are preludes to something grander, and such is the case with "First Date," a chamber musical…
James M. Cain's 1936 "Double Indemnity" is a compact crime novella that looks into the cold soul of Depression-era city life and comes away shivering.
Kathie Lee Gifford has been knocking on the pearly gates of Broadway with "Saving Aimee" since 2007, when the show debuted at Virginia's Signature Theater to mixed reviews.
A low-tech, old-fashioned and campy version of Disney's hit film.
Anyone who has ever looked for love knows the dilemma: Do you make a safe, sensible match? Or take a risk on an exciting someone who might - just might -- be the one Great Romance of your life? In…
The new musical version of the DreamWorks pic is an aqua-and-tangerine trip to the early '60s.
After keeping one foot on each coast in recent years -- as artistic director of Intiman Theater in Seattle and directing shows on Broadway -- Bartlett Sher is preparing to plant both feet more firmly…
Perhaps the highest praise that can be given to Steven Dietz's praiseworthy new comedy is that it's funny. Not ironic. Not hysterical in a slapsticky kind of way.
Back in 2004, Seattle's Intiman Theater launched its American Cycle -- a five-year commitment to producing one great American text per season. At that time, the plan to stage Adrian Hall's adaptation…