With the success of the musical version of "Spring Awakening" in New York, interest in the long-censored original drama by 19th century playwright Frank Wedekind has been reawakened -- or perhaps…
Actors' agent Richard Lovell died of heart complications March 8 in Los Angeles. He was 76.
A deus ex machina is almost always a problem. When a play resolves with an out-of-nowhere plot twist, it risks being branded a letdown or, worse, a copout. Undaunted, however, playwright Brian Harris…
Distribs and exhibs at ShoWest Monday showed up for a morning digital cinema seminar and got an extra wakeup call in the bargain.
Up-and-coming Aussie playwright Ross Mueller (whose one-acter, "No Man's Island," is slated for a New York engagement in May) makes his Melbourne mainstream debut with mixed results.
Last week temperatures in Gotham climbed back up out of winter lows, while Broadway began an ascent from the dip it took during the prior frame.
Seattle Repertory Theater has skedded one premiere for a.d. David Esbjornson's third season: humorist Kevin Kling's solo play about his motorcycle accident, "how? how? why? why?"
For those who feel that theater has grown stale or predictable, here's something different. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Olen Butler recently published "Severance: Stories," a collection of…
The ultimate castrating-mama drama, Robert Klane's adaptation of his novel and 1970 cult film "Where's Poppa?" demands more conviction and guts than it receives from Gordon Hunt's terminally tame…
Although A Noise Within is not known for its musicals, it proves itself fully capable with this enjoyable production of "Man of La Mancha." By approaching this classic tuner in the same way it does…