Isabelle Huppert's return to the London stage is welcome, but it comes in an impenetrable indulgence by Polish director Krystof Warlikowski. First seen at the Odéon Théàtre de l'Europe in Paris, and…
If Ivo van Hove's "Roman Tragedies" was a surprising medley of Shakespeare plays, his "Kings of War" history cycle, now running at London’s Barbican Center, is altogether more familiar, much like the…
With the country in turmoil, the Egyptian presence at Venice is small this year. The notable exception being multi-hyphenate Amr Waked, who is on the Lido wearing two hats despite what he claims is…
Marianne Elliott's National Theater production of "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" swept the boards at this year's Olivier Awards with seven wins, equaling last year's…
LONDON — The National Theater and Chichester Festival Theater emerged as the producer front-runners in the nominations for this year's Society of London Theater Olivier awards with 13 and 12 noms…
Pioneering physical theater company Complicite is working at new levels of complexity and sophistication in this multimedia adaptation of Bulgakov's celebrated novel.
It would be heartening to report that David Greig's 1994 play about xenophobia and social collapse in a changing Europe was now an out-of-date relic from the post-Berlin Wall days of civil war in the…