"Unsex me here," says Lady Macbeth, famously. At the beginning of Shakespeare's study of the ultimate power couple, she seems to have more testosterone than her warrior husband, who's growing …
Keith Huff's crackerjack two-hander "A Steady Rain" turns out to be less like the perpetual drizzle of its title and more like a snowball that builds to an avalanche.
A museum director's life might not at first be seen as a natural for stage dramatization. But the charismatic A. Everett "Chick" Austin's life is a dynamic work of art unto itself, filled with…
Thanks to Busch's script and exceptional leading perf, the surfaces of this comedy-thriller -- about the murderous meltdown of the pre-Nixon Hollywood family -- roll back to reveal provocative…
As part of the Royal Shakespeare Company's world tour, Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" is as much a showcase for director Trevor Nunn as companion piece "King Lear" is for star Ian McKellen.
The question on everyone's lips in Los Angeles: "Is the Royal Shakespeare Company's 'King Lear' worth it?" -- worth the hype, the buzz, the extravagant eBay ducat auctions?
Membership of stagehands' union Local One voted to authorize a strike during a union meeting Sunday at which Local One prexy James J. Claffey Jr. told members they would not work on Broadway in…
Sam Marks' new play about Borcht-belt comedians, "The Joke," is confused. How confused is it? It's so confused, you have to look at the program to figure out the decade it's set in. It's so confused…
In its current shape, "Minimum Wage" may be below the poverty line on brains, but some producer with a couple of bucks and a structurally savvy playwright pal could probably give the musically rich…
An exquisite but vividly spare opening sequence sets the tone for "War Horse," immediately electrifying audiences' imaginations.