"Eurydice" is a playful, pleasing if perilously slight meditation on the Greek myth of love beyond death. A production less resourceful than Les Waters' might underline why this wasn't Ruhl's…
Vincent Paterson's production of "Cabaret" takes the Kander & Ebb tuner back home to a Berlin cabaret, the famed Bar jeder Vernunft.
When the entrepreneurial business plan of a born-again Christian turns sour, is it God's will? That's just one of the ethereal questions posed in "Grace," an intriguing new play by Craig Wright…
The British theater deserves credit at the moment for advancing the cause of literacy, and not just because Kevin Spacey chose to launch his Old Vic tenure with a play that derives its title from the…
The Hampstead Theater's more or less appalling track record of late continues with "Love Me Tonight," the new Nick Stafford play. Even the most imaginative of stagings couldn't salvage Stafford's…
Justin Fleming's misguided play is sure to turn even a mild enthusiast of Samuel Beckett's work into a Beckett fascist. Fleming has given his central character, Karen, his own birthday -- Jan. 3…
Thomas Becket, we're told, "never stops thinking," so it's somewhat troubling to have an actor in the part who doesn't exactly suggest thought. Onscreen, Scottish thesp Dougray Scott has lent a…
Showbizzers will be sorting out the impact of the 2004 election for months, but Broadway's "Avenue Q" has already come to that bridge and crossed over it.
If it was once a cliche of theatrical vernacular to bomb in New Haven, a bound-for-Broadway show these days is just as likely to bomb -- or score -- out West.
Jenny Gersten, associate producer at Williamstown Theater Festival, will not be part of the new leadership team under newly appointed artristic director Roger Rees, who takes the reins at the…
Broadway box office took a big 11.1% tumble during Week 22 (Oct. 25-31), down to $11,102,206, with attendance falling 9.3% to 176,761.