The musical timeline of “The Fortress of Solitude” is mid-1960s to late 1980s. But the theme of this blood-pumping, heart-thumping show — the indestructible links that bind us to the old neighborhood…
"The Simpsons" inspires this smart, original new play by Anne Washburn.
Isn't “Love's Labour's Lost” about Berowne and Rosaline, those intelligent, articulate lovers who carry on a fierce flirtation via a battle of wit and words? Not in the version that Alex Timbers…
Off Broadway company Playwrights Horizons has tapped former "Do No Harm" topliner Steven Pasquale to co-star in this season's tuner adaptation of "Far From Heaven," while lining up a 2013-14 season…
Early productions for two Hollywood-title tuners -- "Secondhand Lions" and "The Jungle Book" -- and the world premiere of a musical bound for New York are among the slew of notable productions to…
A new production of "The Comedy of Errors" starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson and a world preem tuner by the "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" duo make up the 2013 slate at the Public Theater's Shakespeare…
It was a share-the-wealth evening at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, as a host of developing acts took home their share of trophies during the Staples Center ceremonies.
"Can I please have my passport back?" asks a figure that haunts Elliot, a soldier who served in Iraq who is finding daily civilian and family life hard to take in his old Philadelphia home turf. But…
Review: 'The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Capitalism and Socialism With a Key to the Scriptures'
Tony Kushner came this close to writing a great play, but he ultimately leaves his wonderful characters high and dry.
Low-rent pic won't evict "Single White Female" from its top-floor residence among psycho-roomie cinema.