Everyone likes secrets, especially dramatists. So it's no surprise that the unraveling of the mysteries of the current Queen Elizabeth's famously undocumented weekly meetings with her prime minister…
The cunning new play "Bracken Moor," a cross between a thunderingly old-fashioned family drama and an unnerving ghost story, is not the dated fare it appears to be.
LONDON — The National Theater and Chichester Festival Theater emerged as the producer front-runners in the nominations for this year's Society of London Theater Olivier awards with 13 and 12 noms…
Five Filipino immigrants in Tel Aviv work by day as live-in caregivers to elderly Hasidic men but by night they form a gleefully low-rent drag act. You couldn't make it up, and guess what? They…
It was a very smart idea to frame "One Monkey Don't Stop No Show," African-American dramatist Don Evans' 1980 satire of black middle-class pretensions, as a live sitcom complete with huge, red "On…
LONDON -- The Young Vic, the Off West End legit venue, emerged as the big winner at the U.K.'s 24th annual Critics' Circle Awards, which marked a complete shut-out for commercial West End theater.
The 240-seat Tricycle, one of London's most singular off-West End theaters, has been punching well above its weight for decades thanks largely to the 28-year stewardship of a.d. Nicolas Kent, who…
A new drama about Mary Shelley, author of the original "Frankenstein" novel, and London premieres of plays by Alan Ayckbourn and David Harrower are on on the spring/summer slate for London's Tricycle…
Despite a well-grounded and admirably lucid production helmed by LCT resident director Bartlett Sher, new play "Blood and Gifts" has no heart.
"Broken Glass" is thuddingly literal play about American-Jewish assimilation.
Superb Northern Irish scribe Owen McCafferty isn't fully on top of his game in this short, sad play about two aged Belfast laborers passing the time towards death in a London hostel.