In the second act of Noel Coward's weekend-in-the-country comedy "Hay Fever," Judith (Lindsay Duncan), her family and a gaggle of deliciously ill-matched houseguests attempt a parlor game.
Lindsay Duncan will headline a new West End revival of Noel Coward's comedy "Hay Fever" from Feb. 10 next year.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music has the magic touch when it comes to booking international theater companies.
The scenario of "That Face" -- unhappy teenage girl almost expelled from school for bullying; alcohol-addicted mother emotionally dependent upon her son -- doesn't exactly promise an evening of…
Play Noel Coward's "Private Lives" too real, too broad or, worse, both and it loses its champagne fizz, not to mention the wisdom beneath its wit. Perfs with subtext can deepen and even darken bon…
It's fitting for PBS British drama showcase ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre to raise the curtains on its 30th anniversary season with a handsome, richly detailed six-hour (yes, that's a three-night…
Amid the psychologically murky waters of Harold Pinter's "Ashes to Ashes," the mysteriously incandescent Lindsay Duncan shines like a beacon. Her performance is one of the most captivating things to…