At Sundance, festgoers were lavished with Motorola cell phones and Kenneth Cole shoes. At the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, the sexiest free giveaway was ... oxygen.
Remember the shot of all those still, silent, open-mouthed faces reacting to "Springtime for Hitler" in the original version of "The Producers"?
Post-play panel discussions can often be a snooze, but Broadway's jury room drama "Twelve Angry Men" has added a fresh twist for the Court TV age.
The drudgery endured by an unseen title character is all too close to the viewer's experience with "Hilda," acclaimed French-Senegalese novelist Marie Ndiaye's first play. Making its U.S. debut under…
Kiwi political journalist and "Footrot Flats" co-screenwriter Tom Scott has mined for his stage debut a childhood among five siblings born of a drunk, abusive father and a brow-beaten mom.
In January, Los Angeles turned into the legit stix when a non-Equity tour of "Oklahoma!" rolled into the mighty Pantages Theater. There on the stage that recently hosted "The Producers" and…
You might expect S.H. Murakoshi's "Slippery When Wet"-- a play in which interracial dating is about as safe as a minefield -- to come across as starchy or exaggerated. Happily, however, Murakoshi's…
Beyond issues of non-Equity and the virtual orchestra, the road is beset with other worst tours playing major venues.
Strands: Will Shakespeare save Kevin Spacey? We'll find out in the fall, when the two-time Oscar winner embarks on his first British foray with the Bard: "Richard II," directed by Trevor Nunn.
The history and spirit of Africa will be showcased through song and dance in the first pan-African musical play, "Sing Africa Dance," created and produced by Mbongeni Ngema ("Sarafina!") with backing…
Road grosses declined 13.7% to $12,518,125 during Week 36.