While swerving past the pitfall of tastelessness, this sincerely intended account of the last two years of Princess Diana's life risks an even more perilous roadblock: dullness.
Drama has never been central to "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." Roald Dahl's story and the two so-so movie versions used vivid prose or super-saturated-color visuals to disguise the lack of…
Broadway was busy last week, with the Thursday opening of "Cyrano de Bergerac" followed by the Saturday opening of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
Brit director Jamie Lloyd portrays Cyrano as a swashbuckling military leader with the same lusty appetites as his soldiers.
Harvey Fierstein's best writing maintains exhilarating three-way tension between anger, humor and sentiment.
When is a play not a play? When it's an aria, and in the case of John Osborne's 1964 drama "Inadmissible Evidence," a two-and-a-half-hour mad scene.
It's been an active year for Sonia Friedman, one of legit's busiest transatlantic producers. The London-based impresario shepherded Broadway transfers of West End offerings "La Bete," "Arcadia" and…
Thesps Jude Law, Douglas Hodge and Eddie Redmayne are returning to the Donmar Warehouse for Michael Grandage's farewell season.
Harvey Fierstein has locked in a 12-week stint in "La Cage aux Folles" -- the Broadway revival of the 1983 musical for which Fierstein penned the book.
Why bring back "La Cage aux Folles" only five years after its first Broadway revival?
The evening's selling point is the premiere of Michael Frayn's surrealist take on French farce, set literally in the middle of nowhere. But the nicely achieved comic tone of dislocated reality is set…