Michelle Williams has signed on to tackle the role of Sally Bowles in the Roundabout Theater Company’s upcoming Broadway revival of “Cabaret” — and it’s been long enough since her last legit…
The Mark Taper Forum at L.A.'s Center Theater Group has lined up its 2014 season with a couple of world preems that legiters in Gotham and beyond will likely keep an eye on. Among the titles on the…
Helmer Phylicia Rashad delivers a splendid revival of August Wilson's “Joe Turner's Come and Gone” at L.A.'s Mark Taper Forum. Thesps Keith David, Glynn Turman and John Douglas Thompson take a…
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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…
The Mark Taper Forum's new season includes an August Wilson play directed by Phylicia Rashad, Bruce Norris' "A Parallelogram" and "What the Butler Saw" by Joe Orton.
Alfred Molina's volcanic incarnation of painter Mark Rothko is reason enough to rush to the Taper for John Logan's "Red," to say nothing of the involving text and visual audacity of helmer Michael…
Thanks to the immodestly talented Michele Pawk and Julio Monge, it all goes down smooth, though the physical production is overscaled, and both theme and characters start to evaporate in the mind…
Michael Arabian's stunning revival never wears the play's international reputation on its sleeve. The result? It's difficult to imagine a funnier or more moving "Godot" anytime, anyplace.
Pleasantly watchable, but almost completely unexciting.
The Mark Taper Forum certainly loves its epics. Theatergoers will, of course, recall "Angels in America" and "The Kentucky Cycle" (both Pulitzer Prize winners), but let's not forget the less…