It’s impossible to resist the quirky appeal of “The Band’s Visit,” a modest but charming musical directed by David Cromer and featuring Tony Shalhoub. David Yazbek (music and lyrics) and Itamar…
Ethan Coen returns to Off Broadway this fall with new play "Women or Nothing," set to bow at the Atlantic Theater Company in a run that precedes the December release of his latest pic, "Inside Llewyn…
In Richard Nelson’s new play, “Nikolai and the Others,” George Balanchine, Igor Stravinsky, Maria Tallchief and a full complement of other notable Russian emigres spend a Chekhovian weekend together…
Great storytelling has returned to the theater with a vengeance. Nina Raine's “Tribes,” being given its West Coast premiere at the Taper, is one of several new plays presented here that reject the…
Diane Lane delivers a superbly convincing performance as faded, drug-addled movie star Alexandra del Lago in a Chicago revival of Tennessee Williams' 1959 drama "Sweet Bird of Youth."
Helmer David Cromer knows the secret to a good revival: Keep it faithful and don't comment from on high.
Hats off to the farsighted producers for taking a risk on their choice of director.
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