Brian Dennehy and Simon Callow will join the Stratford Festival for the 2008 season.
If Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure" is, in part, a meditation on death and transfiguration, Pig Iron Theater Co.'s riff on that famously unfunny comedy takes these subjects literally.
HBO and AEG Live have fleshed out the roster for the third annual Las Vegas-hosted Comedy Festival, adding name-brand stand-ups to a list that already included Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock and Ellen…
Calling Aphrodite," a tale of tragedy and personal redemption, opens in Hiroshima on the morning of the U.S. atomic bomb attack in 1945.
London hit "The 39 Steps" has found a Broadway home -- and it's at the Roundabout.
Scripter John Patrick's 1945 sojourn through the psyches of six wounded Allied soldiers, recovering in a British field hospital in Burma, is given an honest, heartfelt outing by a well-cast Pacific…
Pirates and Ninjas," a trio of one-act plays concerning the ever-relevant topics of the title, sounds like it could be an amusing goof and is indeed mildly entertaining on that level. A couple of the…
A fascinating footnote in American history, the real-life case of West Point cadet Johnson C. Whittaker is the potent subject matter of "Matter of Honor," the generally absorbing military mystery now…
It's starting to look like the revival of "Grease" might actually be the one that Broadway auds want.
During its successful run at last year's New York Fringe Festival, "Walmartopia" was a musical you could root for. The writers and most of the cast were Wisconsinites making their Gotham debuts…
Call it a whydunit. One of the classical music world's enduring mysteries is why Ludwig van Beethoven devoted four years of his diminishing life writing 33 variations of a mediocre waltz penned by a…