Brit thesp Celia Imrie makes her U.S. stage debut as a well-heeled small-town Englishwoman whose fragile peace of mind crumbles when her son becomes the prime suspect in the suicide bombing of a…
An irrepressibly buoyant perf by Barbara Minkus drives this loving but labored tuner that chronicles the history of Grossinger's, the Catskill Mountains resort that launched a plethora of showbiz…
The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television has tapped a quintet of screenplays for awards from works written in the 2004-05 Professional Program in Screenwriting.
The tried-and-true is suddenly crying the B.O. blues on Broadway. The Jessica Lange-led revival of "The Glass Menagerie" has posted a July 3 closing date. The limited engagement will shutter two…
Cary Grant ... Katharine Hepburn ... Claudette Colbert ... William Powell. Anyone who lets themselves flash-back to these 1930s screwball comedy icons knows that their defining characteristic, beyond…
It may seem an obvious choice for a great classical actor to bid farewell to his career by playing Prospero in "The Tempest," but there has never been anything obvious about William Hutt's work. Hutt…
If you want a textbook illustration of how not to turn a novel into a play, you couldn't do better than "The Brothers Karamazov," currently running in rep at the Stratford Festival. The problems…
Strands: Plans are advancing for the sort of news that spreads good cheer whatever the season: the return of Judi Dench to the London stage.
In Shakespeare's history plays, the people who are trying to get the crown are often more interesting than the one who actually has it. It's not surprising that the same scenario would hold true for…
A modest, 200-seat theater in Seattle has staked its bank account against the accepted logic that serious theater outside Broadway must be nonprofit to survive.
Road grosses jumped 27.55% to $9,933,715 during Week 2 (June 6-12) as three shows returned to the road after layoffs.
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