“Casa Valentina,” the new play by “Kinky Boots” book writer Harvey Fierstein, has locked in a Broadway bow this spring in a production directed by “Wicked” helmer Joe Mantello. World premiere…
Ulysses' home in Sharr White's “Annapurna” is a grungy trailer set in the mountains of Colorado. Thomas A. Walsh's set is so effective you can almost smell the mold and grim and whatever's festering…
The Sundance Institute's Theater Program will present its inaugural Tennesee Williams Award to playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, the scribe whose latest play will bow later this spring at the Humana…
Less than a landmark but more than a trifle, "Rx," Kate Fodor's cute comedy about workplace depression, is ideal entertainment for neurotic people living in anxious times.
Geoffrey Nauffts' "Next Fall," at the Geffen Playhouse, includes clashes over faith, sexuality and family; bright bon mots; a cast full of film and TV luminaries and the play's original helmer…
Watching astonishing young actress Carey Mulligan lose her mind in 90 minutes is ample reason to see the Atlantic Theater Company's disquieting production of "Through a Glass Darkly."
Long before studios launched their new premium VOD window, Hollywood was already offering films shortly after their theatrical bows -- in hotel rooms.
The strengths of "A Raisin in the Sun" come through clearly in Ebony Rep's production at the Nate Holden.
Show drags us into a circle of hell while affirming the indomitability of humanity's best instincts.
The Sundance Institute theater program has announced the selection of five playwrights and one composer for its 2008 retreat at the Ucross Foundation in Wyoming. "Jack Goes Boating" playwright Bob…
"Hotel Cassiopeia," from playwright Charles L. Mee and director Anne Bogart, aspires to theatricalize the consciousness of Joseph Cornell, an eccentric, reclusive artist who assembled a variety of…