The dangerous calm before a battle can be the real minefield, as David Rabe reminds us in his 1976 play "Streamers," receiving a sharp and shattering revival at Boston's Huntington Theater.
At this point, there's no doubt that "Dirty Dancing -- The Classic Story on Stage" is a big popular hit. But is it any good? Not really.
Nicholas T. Goldsborough, managing director of the Shakespeare Theater Company since 2002, will ankle the post in December to launch his own consulting firm.
A strike by La Scala's 800 workers forced the opera house on Thursday to cancel a second performance of Verdi's "Requiem" led by principal visiting conductor Daniel Barenboim.
Andrea Marcovicci confesses, at the top of her annual stint at the Algonquin, that Lorenz Hart is -- quite simply -- her favorite. This is instantly apparent: this is a show for people who love…
Fans of the all-femme Takarazuka Troupe will be able to see a perf beamed to seven Toho theaters by fiber-optic lines.fiber-optic lines.
THREE REASONS to see Mel Brooks' "Young Frankenstein" provided there is ever a reasonably-priced ticket...
Sean Graney's "The Fourth Graders Present an Unnamed Love-Suicide" has a cold, merciless beauty.
Audiences think a great deal faster than many directors imagine. The dry humor driving Alastair Beaton's crisp new translation of Max Frisch's 1958 drama "Biedermann und die Brandstifter"allows even…
The two orgs entrenched in the labor dispute that has shut down Broadway have made hush-hush plans to resume negotiations this weekend.