Playwright Ken Ludwig's work thrives at regional theaters coast to coast, despite only intermittent New York appearances since 1989's "Lend Me a Tenor" and his 1992 book for "Crazy For You." His…
Crack scribes Betty Comden and Adolph Green were "work-spouses" for 64 years while married to others. Speculation on how such unconventional relationships can play out feeds into the new Old Globe…
“The Last Goodbye,” the tuner mash-up of “Romeo and Juliet” and the songs of Jeff Buckley, will open the 2013-14 season at San Diego’s Old Globe Theater. Production, to be directed by Alex Timbers…
The brewing tuner version of "The Honeymooners" has locked in a world preem stint at San Diego's Old Globe in a run that will topline Michael McGrath.
While the personal material lands, the political stuff lacks nuance and weight in "Allegiance." Despite a handsome production and talent to spare, the writing would need considerable toughening up to…
While nowhere near as provocative or lucid as the plays of Alan Bennett and Peter Shaffer, this Old Globe production is handsomely sparked by digital visual legerdemain and, within its narrow limits…
The reality show craze has now has inspired a terrific new American musical.
E.M. Forster's 1908 "A Room With a View," detailing a battle under the Tuscan sun between Edwardian-era repression and the life force, is revealed as remarkably amenable to musicalization at the Old…
Already up to our bustles in "Emma"s, we demand something fresh from a tuner version, and "Jane Austen's Emma" at the Old Globe obliges.