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…
Where is the worst possible place to be in the theater? About twenty minutes ahead of the action. That, alas, is where audiences for "Longing" find themselves. Anyone attracted to successful novelist…
Actor Rupert Everett's memoir "Vanished Years" has won the sixth annual Sheridan Morley Prize for theater biography. Everett is currently appearing Oscar Wilde in the Robert Fox, Theater Royal Bath…
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Watching Anna Mackmin's buoyant, terrific production of "Di and Viv and Rose" you think you're merely enjoying the surface wit and warmth of an amusing, if familiar, study of friendships when…
U.S. dramatist Sarah Ruhl beat Brit competish to win the top play prize for "In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play)" at the 2012 Theater Awards U.K., presented at London's Guildhall.
Director Neil Armfield's production of the Oscar Wilde bio-drama "The Judas Kiss," toplined by Rupert Everett, will transfer to West End's Duke of York's theater for a four-month run beginning Jan. 9.
LONDON -- Two world premieres and a revival of David Hare's "The Judas Kiss," starring Rupert Everett as Oscar Wilde, complete the autumn slate at Hampstead Theater.
The combination of designer Miriam Buether's vision and the equally bold animation of the runners by choreographer Scott Ambler bring immediacy and authenticity to the production.
Given that the central character is British playwright-director Harley Granville Barker, the godfather of 20th century theater, you'd imagine "Farewell to the Theatre" would be merely a biodrama…
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.
Edward Hall has been appointed a.d. of London's 325-seat Hampstead theater, one of the U.K.'s key new writing venues.