Despite a couple of roles that are more caricature than character and a seeming lift from the conclusion of Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard," Deborah Zoe Laufer's "The Last Schwartz" is an undeniably…
With recriminations flaring up as the wildfires die down, it's a sadly appropriate moment for Southern California to receive the Teatro de los Andes production of "En Un Sol Amarillo," (In a Yellow…
The "Brains" surrounding Hillary Clinton didn't make any friends last week at Conde Nast when they balked on a firm, longstanding commitment to let the candidate pose for Vogue.
The Gotham premiere of Jason Grote's "1001" has the perfect website: A section called "Enter the Story" contains a fake newspaper filled with headlines about the near future, but links for individual…
The Wooster Group are like the rockstar grad school students you both idolize and loathe. They manage to be simultaneously way-cool brilliant and maddeningly precious. Any time the experimental…
Hannah Moscovitch is only 29 but has already carved a considerable reputation for herself in Toronto as a provocative, promising playwright.
As the opening salvo of its inaugural World Stage Festival, the recently reconstructed Los Angeles Theater Center (the New LATC) showcased Lonnie Carter's engrossing 2003 Obie Award-winning sojourn…
An inert two-hander based on co-scripters Sam Bobrick and Julie Stein's 1994 comedic novel of letters, helmer John Bowab and thesps Sally Struthers and Jeff Marlow valiantly struggle to inject some…
Robert Goulet, the singer and actor who became inextricably linked with the Broadway show in which he made his debut, "Camelot," died Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Adam Bock is repeating himself. In last year's play, "The Thugs," he created an office in which small talk was a desperate distraction from offstage horror. In "The Receptionist," premiering in a Joe…