The mind reels at the ingenuity of "Intimate Exchanges," a cycle of eight full-length plays by Alan Ayckbourn running in tandem in the Brits Off Broadway fest. In this masterpiece of plot…
The Roundabout Theater Company will open a 65-seat black box theater in October, devoting the space to the development of new legit work and talent.
Moments of whimsy and wonder highlight "Aurelia's Oratorio," a cleverly crafted production starring Aurelia Thierree, a performer of grace and playfulness who is the granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin.
Constance Congdon's new version of "The Imaginary Invalid" is a free adaptation that performs some useful surgery on Moliere's original -- a little liposuction here, a little rhinoplasty there.
Shiver my timbers! Not since the swashbuckling days of Errol Flynn and Tyrone Power has the Jolly Roger flown so high. Broadway's "The Pirate Queen" may walk the plank this weekend, but the third…
"George Gershwin Alone" is a gushing lovefest for and about the early 20th century genius who wove jazz, Broadway, pop and classical music into a new American musical idiom.
In "Facing East," Carol Lynn Pearson likens America's bitter divide over religion and sexuality to a civil war. She has earned the right to that comparison, since she's had experience on the front…
Director and choreographer Barry Ivan is the new executive producer and artistic director of North Shore Music Theater in Beverly, Mass.
John Lithgow will make his Royal Shakespeare Company debut in August playing Malvolio in "Twelfth Night." The three-time Tony winner will headline a new production by noted U.K. helmer Neil Bartlett…
Damon Wayans, Lewis Black, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross have been added to the lineup of this summer's Just for Laughs comedy festival, which runs in Montreal July 8-29.