British actor Brian Bedford died on Wednesday, after a two-year battle with cancer, in Santa Barbara, Calif. He was 80. Bedford, known most recently for his stint as Lady Bracknell in a 2011 Broadway…
Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Christopher Plummer's virtuosity and ability to command a stage have never seemed more secure in "A Word or Two," his current one-man show at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
Berenice Weiler, a producer and theatrical general manager, died of natural causes in Manhattan on April 28. She was 88.
Legit helmer Des McAnuff will pick up the 2012 National Arts Center Award, the prestigious Canuck kudo presented as part of the country's Governor General's Performing Arts Awards.
The most thoughtful and scintillating reading of the Webber/Rice rock opera since its 1969 recording.
By VARIETY STAFF John Neville, a British-born Canadian actor and stage director who starred in “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen” and appeared in TV series “The X Files,” died Saturday in Toronto…
It's looking increasingly likely that we can add "Jesus Christ Superstar" to the list of Des McAnuff-helmed productions that launched at San Diego's La Jolla Playhouse prior to landing on Broadway.
Sada Thompson, known to television audiences for her portrayal as the matriarch in the 1976 ABC series "Family," died May 4 from lung disease in Danbury, Conn. She was 83.
Tony-nominated classical theater director Michael Langham, the former artistic topper of the Guthrie in Minneapolis, died Jan. 15 in Kent, England, from pneumonia. He was 91.
It's Brian Bedford's party, so let's give the old dear the rousing chorus of "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" that he's earned as director and showpiece of "The Importance of Being Earnest."
The unlikely pairing of Christopher Plummer and Des McAnuff proves to be a magical combination.
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