With its "Blood and Roses" saga, Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey fills the gaps between the rallying St. Crispin's Day speech of "Henry V" and the ominous "Now is the winter of our discontent" from…
Claymates, rejoice: "American Idol" alum Clay Aiken heads for Broadway this spring, stepping into a role in the Rialto production of "Monty Python's Spamalot."
Nailing Samuel Beckett's self-styled "tragicomedy," the great "Waiting for Godot," demands tapping into the droll give-and-take of the great comedy teams, as well as access to a well of sorrow from…
Legiters don't know exactly how much of a boost "Young Frankenstein" gave the Broadway cume last week -- but it was a big one.
Aaron Kubey, artistic director of the Manhattan-based New York Deaf Theater, is the new executive director and president of National Theater of the Deaf, based in West Hartford, Conn.
Broadway gets the second coming of "Godspell" next year, with a Rialto revival of the 1971 tuner aiming to open in summer 2008.
Despite the unsettling staging by Daniel Fish, the broadly comic absurdities of Moliere's classic farce are fully realized in the rigorous performances of a capable cast.
The world premiere of the final episode of Vittorio Rossi's autobiographical trilogy effectively completes the picture begun over the Centaur Theater's last two seasons in "Hellfire Pass" and…
Based on Nikolai Gogol's 1836 satire, "The Government Inspector," the Canadian musical adaptation "The Man From the Capital" is light-hearted fluff laced with ironic humor.
In her first season as co-artistic director of the Sydney Theater Co., Cate Blanchett will direct her first full-length production, Joan Didion's "The Year of Magical Thinking," and join the cast of…
Nothing less than "Death of a Salesman" in the fast lane, David Mamet's finest play, "Glengarry Glen Ross," is driven entirely by competition. Appropriately, every second is filled by the sound of…