Sarah Ruhl's "Passion Play," which she began over a decade ago as a playwriting student and has re-written since its initial premiere at Arena Stage in 2005, explores three communities in three…
Who would think that the most relevant scribe on the boards would turn out to be Moliere? But that's the way it plays, in Dutch director Ivo van Hove's boldly helmed production of "The Misanthrope."
The Pasadena Playhouse production of "Can-Can" nabbed 12 Ovation Awards nominations Monday, including noms for its director, lead and supporting cast members and the show.
Canadian author Margaret Atwood's "The Penelopiad" has come home to the National Arts Centre in Ottawa to an enthusiastic response.
This may sound like heresy in the penny-pinching theater world, but "Girl Gang" needs to hire some additional help. A winking musical about a 1950s "clean teen" who finds herself in a reform school…
Unlike those playwrights who strangle their own plays by trying to direct them, Adam Rapp does a nifty job helming "American Sligo," his latest attack on the moral values and social conventions that…
The word "respectful" always comes to mind whenever the Mint Theater Company mounts one of its meticulous productions of an unknown or abandoned play from the vaults.
THE SHOW at the Majestic Theater to extol the considerable talents of the lyricist Betty Comden was a total smash. ASCAP, the Bernstein Office, MGM and the Shuberts paid for it and bless them! Almost…
This strikingly intense Steppenwolf production of "The Crucible" treats Arthur Miller's Salem-set, McCarthy-inspired drama of accusation and persecution as if it belonged largely to the horror genre.
Robert Penn Warren's sprawling "All the King's Men," gets a rip-roaring turn at Trinity Rep in Providence.