Marking a rare instance of synergistic thinking between a museum and a playhouse, the Tate Modern on London's South Bank will open a major retrospective devoted to August Strindberg's relatively…
"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…
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…
As Australia's leading legit troupes grow more conservative, limiting the number of original local productions to just three each year -- two of them shared with another company -- it beccomes…
Jenny Gersten, associate producer at the Williamstown Theater Festival, will not be part of the new leadership team under newly appointed artistic director Roger Rees, who takes over the…
A new Noel Coward musical? Well, new to the U.S., anyway. Tony Walton will direct the American preem of "After the Ball," Coward's musical based on Oscar Wilde's "Lady Windermere's Fan," at Off…
Kelli O'Hara, currently playing Lucy Westenra in Broadway's "Dracula," will star as Clara Johnson in Lincoln Center Theater's production of "The Light in the Piazza."
The world preem of Four Seasons tuner "Jersey Boys" has announced the final extension of its run at La Jolla Playhouse. It now will close Jan. 2 at the Mandell Weiss Theater.
Shakespeare adaptation "Rose Rage" scored four trophies and "The Light in the Piazza" took three at Nov. 1's annual Joseph Jefferson Awards, which honor Equity and non-resident productions in Chicago.
In its original dramatic form, Mark Harelik's tender tribute to his Jewish grandfather, a Russian emigrant who bypassed Ellis Island to settle in rural Texas in 1909, "The Immigrant" has made…