Some things are best left in the past, and "Apologia," Alexi Kaye Campbell's ambivalent examination of baby-boomer morality and second-wave feminism is one of them. Written just after the financial…
Alexi Kaye Campbell
A Greek holiday home becomes a symbol of a diplomatic powerplay in Alexi Kaye Campbell's two-act time-hop, "Sunset at the Villa Thalia," at the National Theater. The playwright of transatlantic…
The cunning new play "Bracken Moor," a cross between a thunderingly old-fashioned family drama and an unnerving ghost story, is not the dated fare it appears to be.
LONDON — "The X Factor" production company Syco (Simon Cowell and Sony Music Entertainment) has teamed with legit producers Stage Entertainment U.K. to lampoon its multi-territory TV talent search in…
LONDON -- If you can't beat 'em, take their business model.
Brit director Jamie Lloyd is the latest legit creative to partner with U.K.-based Ambassador Theater Group in hanging out his own shingle.
The Royal Shakespeare Company hit "Matilda, The Musical" -- now previewing in the West End -- and a slew of U.K. road shows emerged as the big winners at the 2011 Theater Awards U.K. kudo ceremony.
"Every choice you make has its consequences." The choice that furious Sophie (Hayley Atwell) suddenly hurls at her bewildered lover Tom (Kyle Soller) at the opening of "The Faith Machine" is…
Hampstead Theater, a leading off West End venue for new writing, has announced a five-year funding agreement to create a succession of world premieres.
Plays "The Glass Menagerie," "The Pride" and "When the Rain Stops Falling" topped the list of noms for Off Broadway's Lucille Lortel Awards, the first legit kudos to be announced this season.
Play moves gracefully from humor to melancholy intensity, from tart insight to tender observation.