Their experiences have nearly deadened them, but they reapply makeup in a futile attempt to maintain civility. This action is clearly a metaphor for what Katie Mitchell is attempting overall in…
A Holocaust drama written by a survivor of the camps, "The Puppetmaster of Lodz" certainly has prestige.
The Broadway tuner incarnation of "Mary Poppins" has recouped its capitalization costs just as plans for the show's U.S. tour have firmed up. First stop is set for Chicago in March 2009.
Tony winner Victoria Clark will play the title character in the semi-staged Encores! production of "Juno," Marc Blitzstein and Joseph Stein's rarely seen 1959 musical about a struggling Irish family…
Pop culture references are rarely as cruel as those in "Pumpgirl," a bleak drama from Irish newcomer Abbie Spallen.
In Tracy Letts' ferociously entertaining "August: Osage County," the American dysfunctional family drama comes roaring into the 21st century with eyes blazing, nostrils flaring and fangs bared, laced…
The kid-friendly colors and superhuman contortions of "The New Shanghai Circus" would seem to make the troupe's latest show the perfect antidote to high-voltage cartoons and videogames.
Rialto-based charity Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS has reskedded its 19th annual Gypsy of the Year Competition to Dec. 17-18.
Samuel Beckett will have an even heavier presence Off Broadway this season now that John Turturro has been tapped by the Brooklyn Academy of Music to star in Beckett's surreal "Endgame" at BAM's…
The new presentation of Maurice Maeterlinck's "Monna Vanna" is purportedly the first professional production in America in more than 100 years -- surprising given the quality of the play.