Matt Wolf

Review: ‘Aristocrats’


Admirers of "Three Sisters" will respond doubly strongly to the new National Theater revival of Brian Friel's "Aristocrats," the 1979 play that seems to have absorbed Chekhov's tragicomedy into every…

‘Cheek’-y return


Strands: Cheek by Jowl is back in London, and the Barbican's got it. Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod's much-lauded touring company hasn't had a West End entry since Matthew Macfadyen played…

‘Q’ tipped for U.K. run


"Avenue Q" is aiming for a UK preem in February at the Theater Royal, Stratford East, with a West End transfer to follow, depending on how this first offshore production of the Tony-winning puppet…

Review: ‘Telstar’


Long after "Telstar" has faded into the annals of West End curiosities, one fact from this bioplay of English record producer and manager Joe Meek will linger on: 1967 clearly wasn't a good time to…

Really Useful sale


London has a new theater-owning entity in Nimax, the partnership of Max Weitzenhoffer and Nica Burns, who Monday announced their purchase of four of the 12 West End playhouses that make up Andrew…

Review: ‘Chicago’


Yes, folks, she does the final cartwheel. That's an initial tribute due Brooke Shields, the 16th and latest Roxie Hart in London's "Chicago," which celebrates its eighth West End birthday in November.

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