The star of Roundabout's Broadway revival of "The Ritz" is Scott Pask's principal set, a gleaming, three-tiered pleasure dome depicting the interior of the eponymous gay bathhouse.
With his staging for the National Theater of Greece of "Electra," prestigious Schaubuhne theater director Peter Stein proves a clearly conceived, economical production of Sophocles' masterly drama…
I've worked with a few actors who've been addled by fame; they make for lovely anecdotes.
The impending retirement and shuffling-off this mortal coil of the enormous baby boom generation was bound to inspire a rash of media treatments, and Jane Anderson's peerlessly acted "The Quality of…
When David Edgar's gargantuan adaptation of Dickens' "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby" was first seen at London's Aldwych in 1980, it ran counter to the individualistic ethos of the…
A $10 million renovation of a 70-year-old art deco moviehouse in Bethesda has given Robert Nederlander Jr. an East Coast beachhead for his proposed national tour circuit for Off Broadway musicals…
U.K. helmer John Doyle, a 2005 Tony winner for his production of Stephen Sondheim's "Sweeney Todd," will revive the composer/lyricist's "Merrily We Roll Along" at England's Watermill Theater. It will…
The Latino Theater Company announced Wednesday that 14 productions will be presented this year in the renovated Los Angeles Theater Center and a partnership of seven Los Angeles-area performance…
None of the Above" epitomizes the absurdity of romantic comedy, but does it mean to? You could go bonkers trying to answer that question, yet the show's inscrutability is what makes it fascinating.
Broadway shows continued to perform Wednesday even as the Rialto teetered on the verge of a shutdown, with contract talks between producers and the stagehands union in a deep-freeze impasse.