It's surprising that the program for "Bill W. and Dr. Bob," a play about the two men who founded Alcoholics Anonymous, insists that the production is not affiliated with the 12-step program.
The debut of a spanking new facility will expand the output of D.C.'s Shakespeare Theater Company beginning next season, while at the Kennedy Center, a year-long renovation of its Eisenhower Theater…
Broadway box office took a dive at the start of the month, with grosses dropping by close to $3 million for the week ended Sunday.
Lacking a viable dramatic throughline or compelling staging, William Moreing's "The Trojan Pie" is an unsuccessful attempt to mine dark humor from the shenanigans of an ultra right-wing group called…
The Center Theatre Group has booked a season of recent hit musicals for the Ahmanson Theatre in 2007 and 2008 while the Mark Taper Forum is being renovated.
Plays by Arthur Miller, contemporary playwrights Sarah Ruhl and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and ensemble members Tracy Letts and Eric Simonson make up Steppenwolf Theater Company's all-American 2007-08…
Whether the eponymous location in Christopher Shinn's "Dying City" is Baghdad or New York, this taut one-act explores a deeply flawed, dualistic culture in which war has bred brutality, dysfunction…
Writing from the perspective of an infatuated voyeur in "Los Angeles," Julian Sheppard obsessively records every sordid detail in the crackup of a young woman who loses her way among the city's…
Despite weather conditions that played havoc with flight plans and delayed the arrival of some industryites by as many as 36 hours, the 13th annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival ended Sunday with record…
Attempting to change the perception of Southern California and increase its cachet as a theater destination, the former chief of tuner revival series Reprise! Broadway's Best has created the Festival…
Strands: WHEN OLIVIER AWARDS JUDGE Clive Hirschorn says, "I did it for two years and still don't understand how the voting works," it doesn't exactly inspire confidence.