In Pasadena Playhouse's current “One Night With Janis Joplin,” at least Mary Bridget Davies tries to replicate the late rocker when she was in her prime — and comes close. Tracie Bennett in Peter…
Thanks to Maureen Lipman's superbly tender performance as Joyce, delicate with comic flourishes, it remains quietly uplifting even though Wooley finally strays into mawkishness.
It's the end for Broadway's "End of the Rainbow," with the Judy Garland bio-play set to close on the Rialto Aug. 19.
Theme now feels tame in a climate of increasingly ho-hum acceptance of homosexuality and same-sex marriage.
Stargazers may be satisfied by the sight of Jeff Goldblum and Mercedes Ruehl, but there's precious little else to offer.
Why bring back "La Cage aux Folles" only five years after its first Broadway revival?
Despite the talented cast, the evening fails to deliver a knockout blow.
Helmer Terry Johnson finds opportunities galore for such delicious hijinks in Ben Travers' 1926 genre classic.
Some highly stimulating cinematic effects enliven "Hitchcock Blonde," an otherwise pedestrian attempt to deliver some Hitchcock-like thrills while commenting on the director's penchant for blondes…
I don't want the love of the nation; it's unhygienic," sniffs Kenneth Williams (Adam Godley) late in "Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick," the new Terry Johnson play that the author has directed in…
Terry Johnson's dark comedy of Sigmund Freud's last hours is a tantalizing, if intellectually facile, hodgepodge of theatrical styles and tones that alternately winks, soars and thuds through Freud's…