The Irish Repertory Theater's production of "The Devil's Disciple" has glimmers of both the high and lowbrow, but an overall shapelessness keeps it from firmly articulating either.
It seems only appropriate that undead duo Kiki & Herb should welcome Christmas in an apocalyptic mood.
The latest offering from Off Broadway's Culture Project is "Betrayed," scribe George Packer's adaptation of his New Yorker article about the plight of Iraqis who have helped U.S. efforts in Iraq.
The L.A. premiere of the "High School Musical" touring company production likely will please the throngs of pre-existing fans, but what worked on TV comes off unevenly onstage.
The U.S. premiere of Canadian Linda Griffiths' "Age of Arousal" is a tarted-up throwback, a "wild" reworking of George Gissing's 19th century novel "The Odd Women" without the Victorian shock value.
For its international debut in Sydney ahead of a Broadway bow in fall 2008, London hit "Billy Elliot the Musical" has undergone a slight but significant makeover.
After 38 years of dealmaking, CAA agent Michael Peretzian is leaving the tenpercentery biz at year's end to become a full-time theater director.
Vet TV/legit scripter Jim Geoghan's lightweight Hell's Kitchen fable has proved popular holiday fare on stages nationwide since its 1993 premiere.
The most famous sequence from Hitchcock's "Torn Curtain" is the silent scene in which Paul Newman takes several minutes to kill an East German spy. That's nothing compared with playwright Alan…
It's not a musical, it's a very naughty oratorio with full orchestra, a generous choir, four soloists, Eric Idle and his co-composer on "Monty Python's Spamalot," John Du Prez, as conductor.
Wrangled down to a mere four hours (with a break for complimentary sandwiches and soda), "No Dice" is billed as the streamlined version of an 11-hour epic performance piece constructed by Nature…