Andrew Upton's "Riflemind," a tantalizing tale of washed-up rockers who regroup at their former frontman's rural English property to mull the possibility of a reunion tour, delivers much of what it…
The road dipped 4.23% in Week 19 (Oct 1-7), losing about 600,000. The 12-show slate held steady after last week's big gains, grossing a total of $13,827,734.
Prior to next month's "Wintuk," Cirque du Soleil hadn't had much luck coming to Manhattan. The Canadian-based circus troupe, which has preemed its new shows in Montreal and Las Vegas, had received…
If you haven't seen -- or even heard of -- the musicals "The Break Up Notebook: The Lesbian Musical" or "The Story of My Life," don't worry. You probably will soon.
ITV, the U.K. terrestrial web, is the new sponsor of a long-running scheme that encourages British stage directors to transfer their skills to the small screen.
Gary Griffin's production of "Passion" is all faithful straightforwardness, putting forth the decidedly unradical argument that what Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's musically sumptuous but…
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…
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.
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…