Scripter-performer Kirsten Holly Smith attempts to merge an in-depth drama about British pop star Dusty Springfield's controversial life and career with a concert of the singer's greatest hits in…
The Blank Theater Company's world premiere "Dickie & Babe," the second of two productions to open locally concerning the Leopold & Loeb case, is a better show across the board.
These days it's not uncommon for an Encores! production to get an encore.
In an era when old-style movie theaters are being torn down for lucrative property deals, the last thing you'd expect to find is a thriving cinema chain producing a play in its venue. But thanks to a…
The seasonal slowdown on Broadway continued last week, with B.O. slipping by around $1.2 million to an estimated $14.3 million for 31 shows on the boards.
The road hit a major hiccup in week 36: The 13-show slate dropped about 22% to $12,109,268.
It takes a uniquely unself-critical intellect to scream at rural Christians for being too insular while simultaneously goading an audience of eager Gothamites to chant "Fuck Texas."
Arena Stage has broken ground for a $125 million renovation project that will transform its aging complex on the D.C. waterfront into a sleek, functional modern facility. Scheduled for completion in…
Betty Shamieh's compact "Territories" is a clever piece of historical conjecture set just before the advent of the Third Crusade (1189-1192).
Family-friendly hip-hop tuner "Into the Hoods," a two-time vet of the Edinburgh Fringe, gets a West End run in March.
Ellen Burstyn has joined the cast of Off Broadway production "The Little Flower of East Orange," the new play by Stephen Adly Guirgis helmed by Philip Seymour Hoffman.