If you enjoy spectacle dressed up by acrobats as hammy slapstick, you'll probably have fun at "Jump."
British actor Rodney Diak, who starred in a number of long-running West End hits, died of cancer Oct. 6 in London. He was 83.
Under the inventive staging of helmer Damaso Rodriguez, a talented and dedicated eight-member Furious Theater Company ensemble turns Jones' creative vision into a compelling and noteworthy legiter.
As faux bands go, "Queen: It's A Kinda Magic" exhibits flawless musicianship and vocal dexterity, offering note-for-note reproductions of Queen's ingenious tunes and flamboyant onstage machinations.
With 20 songs and an onstage klezmer band -- tuba, accordion and all -- you'd expect this musical to be, well, musical.
With "S-E-X" spelled out in 3-foot-high lights at the side of the stage of the fabulously funky Zipper Factory, there's no need to wonder what "The Sensuous Woman" is about.
Ed Asner will topline Emilie Beck's "Number of People" at Hartford Stage's "Brand:NEW" annual play reading season Nov. 1-6.
Broadway producers and the Rialto stagehands union have agreed to continue labor talks, with the next meeting set for Oct. 9.
Fine perfs and Jim Culleton's classy production cannot disguise the fact that Sebastian Barry's "The Pride of Parnell Street," isn't quite a play.
When producing a new musical, take it out of town first. That's the long-standing tradition on Broadway.
Few Broadway shows saw sales rise drastically in Week 18 (Sept. 18-25), but most of them were up, with total cume for 24 productions on the boards climbing about $375,000 to $14.3 million.