It took seven years and multiple readings and workshops to bring Kia Corthron's latest play to full production, which raises unsettling questions about workshops in general and, in particular, about…
Kevin Kline electrified New York as Falstaff. Jerry Kernion's Falstaff at the Circle X Theater Co. will remain less publicized, but all West Coast devotees of this classic play are likely to find his…
After watching "Thoroughly Modern Millie" for half an hour, the spectator becomes increasingly grateful for the show's title tune. An Oscar nominee in 1967, with lyrics by Sammy Cahn and music by…
No opera company can long survive without Mozart's near-perfect "Marriage of Figaro" in its rep. L.A. Opera having wrung full use out of its aging Peter Hall production, it was probably time to…
Road grosses dipped 1.1% to $13,634,811 during Week 51 (May 10-16).
Whatever happened to the Big Ideas play?
Anika Noni Rose and John Tartaglia have received the 59th annual Clarence Derwent Awards, which honor the most promising performers of the theatrical season.
Jeffrey who? It may have been the case that made "I hate the little midget" a household phrase, but five years after his legendary day on the witness stand, Disney CEO Michael Eisner is pretty hazy…
Michael Ritchie will be trading bug repellent for sunblock as he switches producing jobs, moving from the bucolic setting of the Massachusetts Berkshires for the big-city atmosphere of the Left Coast.
Broadway grosses saw a modest rise during Week 51 (May 10-16), creeping up 3.2% to $15,634,148, with attendance up 3.3% to 242,351 in the wake of the Tony nominations announcement on Monday.
Controversy has swirled Sondheim's "Company" since its 1970 Broadway opening. Pro or anti-marriage? Is protagonist Bobby a heterosexual bachelor or gay? Is his character a passive, undefined literary…