You can't win 'em all. Whether tackling Genet or Beckett or Shakespeare, Classical Theater of Harlem's imagination and interpretive insight usually invigorates a playwright's vision of the cosmic…
John Glover has a big chair to fill. Thesp ("Smallville," "Love! Valour! Compassion!") is set to take over this spring as Man in Chair in "The Drowsy Chaperone" on Broadway.
A labor dispute threatens to disrupt New York City Opera's upcoming production of "The Pirates of Penzance," whose cast includes Rialto vet Marc Kudisch.
Producers Moya Doherty and John McColgan are continuing to put their TV background to good use in marketing their Broadway tuner, "The Pirate Queen."
Tom Stoppard's "Rock 'n' Roll" will rock Broadway next season, with a Broadway production helmed by Trevor Nunn slated for the fall.
If "A Very Common Procedure" is any indication of the creative qualities that have made scribe Courtney Baron a fixture on the festival circuit, then the workshop process should have its head…
Bolstered by the original production team, including Stafford Arima's expert pacing and Natasha Katz's amusing concert mini-pyrotechnics, this lighthearted mix of evangelical messaging and pop seems…
Contemporary Irish theater is the single entree menu served by Solas Nua, a D.C.-based troupe in its second season that performs at arts incubator Flashpoint and other venues. (One of those venues…
The stage assumes an astutely sociological function in Alice Childress' rarely produced "Trouble in Mind," and this incisive Center Stage production makes you wonder why the 1955 drama isn't seen…
Before Arthur Penn ever helmed such seminal films as "The Left Handed Gun," "Bonnie and Clyde" and "Night Moves," there were estimable forays into TV and on Broadway.
Contrary to showbiz wisdom, you can, indeed, skip out of a musical humming the sets -- and the costumes and props, too. Tech packaging of Christopher Durang's doting sendup of postwar film noir…