Two middle-aged family men begin a life of crime in first-time Spanish director Alejandro Marzoa's nicely understated black comedy.
Frank Louis Fouce, a pioneer of Spanish-language entertainment in the U.S. and a founder of what later became Univision, died Sept. 22 in Los Angeles of lymphoma. He was 85. He founded Spanish…
Prohibition's end heralded a lush rebirth for the entertainment industry.
Clowns rule in “Old Hats,” a brilliant oddball of a show written and performed by Bill Irwin and David Shiner, who originally teamed up to create their 1993 Tony-winning tour de force, “Fool Moon.”…
Hold the front page: Vaudeville Discovered Alive and Well... and living uproariously in Nicholas Hytner's joyous production.
Joe Orton's 1967 farce classic "What the Butler Saw" will open in a new production at the West End's Vaudeville Theater on May 16 for a strictly limited season.
Actor, jazz musician and standup comedian Jack LeMaire, who got his start in vaudeville, died Oct. 18 in North Hollywood, Calif., of natural causes. He was 99.
Cirque takes a real slip with this frantic, vaudeville-inspired show.
Managing with sly wit and tonal dexterity to make a very good show out of a very bad one, "Cherry Bomb" takes up the improbable history of the Cherry Sisters of Iowa, five backwoods women who decided…
The life of a teenage hoofer who runs away from home to perform on the vaudeville circuit is examined in "My Vaudeville Man!," the second production of York Theater's 40th season.
Attending South Coast Rep's world premiere of "An Italian Straw Hat: A Vaudeville" is like stepping into a time machine -- not back to the boulevard comedy's turn of the century setting but to the…
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