While "White Chocolate" is a new play world-preeming Off Broadway, this satirical look at ethnicity through two society patrons whose skin turns black overnight feels like something hauled out of…
"Children's Letters to God," which returned to the Lamb's Theater Off Broadway Oct. 8 after a hiatus, is looking to become a mini-franchise.
A staged reading in Gotham of "Aria Da Capo," Edna St. Vincent Millay's best-known play, will raise money to support Steepletop, her home in Austerlitz, N.Y.
Patricia Kane's "Pulp" is a clever, humor-filled parody of the lurid lesbian fiction of the 1950s, imbued with such deadpan, noir-esque dialogue as "She's been around the block and given tours."…
Two grand old ladies, legendary "muse of geniuses" Alma Mahler-Werfel (1878-1964) and the monolithic Los Angeles Theater, vie for attention at the U.S. preem of scripter Joshua Sobol's ambitious…
The Tribeca Theater Festival will feature nine one-acts, being called "The Downtown Plays," with each sporting an urban theme.
"The Passion of George W. Bush," a musical-comedy staged at the 2004 New York Fringe Festival, will get a special election eve performance Nov. 1 at Joe's Pub.
Will the curtains part again? After receiving a sea of so-bad-it's-almost-good reviews, "The Ten Commandments" canceled its Tuesday and Wednesday performances in order to retool.
Arthur Miller's new play begins with the naked body of an intensely troubled young movie star wandering through a luxury hotel. And an avuncular, intellectual writer -- guess who? -- is the…
Revival of Melvin Van Peebles' rarely staged ghetto musical is a mixed bag that often feels like a workshop production -- refreshingly raw, yet messy and undisciplined as it struggles to find its…