Marking the revue's 25th anniversary, Sheldon Epps' new "Blues in the Night" staging retains the show's crowd-pleasing appeal as a vehicle for more than two dozen blues, jazz and Tin Pan Alley…
Looks like the Foster family has cornered the Frankenstein market.
After 93 years, it looks like it's curtains for Boston's Wilbur Theater. Tremont Entertainment Enterprises, which bought the property in 1988 for $3.1 million, has put the 1,200-seat legit house on…
Jeffrey Carlson, who played the young son in Edward Albee's "The Goat" and Marilyn in "Taboo" on the Rialto, will have the title role in William Shakespeare's "Richard II" at Yale Repertory Theater…
Vaclav Havel's return to the Czech stage is not even firmly calendared but has already run into problems at Prague's National Theater, with his wife, Dagmar Havlova, announcing she will not play the…
S. Epatha Merkerson will reprise her well-reviewed perf in the lead role of "Come Back, Little Sheba" on the Rialto in January.
Mike Nichols is gearing up for a return to Broadway, aiming to bring a revival of Clifford Odets' "The Country Girl" to the Rialto in the spring.
Channel 4 and its movie arm Film4 have partnered with Edinburgh's Traverse Theater to help new writers and directors make the transition between stage and screen.
In advance interviews about "The Triumph of Love," adapter/director Lillian Groag calls Marivaux's 1732 original "a souffle with a razor blade inside… It can look very fluffy, and it's not."
Melbourne's Malthouse Theater once again tackles edgy material in "Criminology," a stridently expressive display of artful effects, flashily transgressive (mis-)behavior, muddled social comment…
Hannie Rayson's "The Glass Soldier," which covers the lasting impact of war on one man, his family and friends, began as a film script and perhaps should never have veered from the bigscreen course…