Written in a style best described as "Yukon Gothic," poet-turned-playwright Claudia Dey's new black comedy, "Trout Stanley," is an appealingly offbeat three-hander with limited prospects for…
"Lazer Vaudeville" will be the last show to play at Off Broadway's John Houseman Theater, which will be razed to make way for high-rises after the show closes May 14.
Tim Fountain enters the Royal Court's studio-size Theater Upstairs, his belt unbuckled, as one might expect from a writer/director-turned-actor who goes on to spend the next 90 minutes talking about…
The unusual title "Girl Group Time Travelers" pretty much sums up the tuner announced by producers Jeffrey Richards and Michael Rothfeld for a Broadway preem in July.
Ariel Dorfman's new play, "Purgatorio," joins Gore Vidal's "On the March to the Sea" as a workshop production of Theater Previews at Duke.
George C. Wolfe returns to the Public Theater to direct Neil LaBute's new play, "This Is How It Goes." Wolfe's replacement as artistic director of the Public, Oskar Eustis, was announced in November.
Obie Award winner Jayne Houdyshell reprises her perf in the West Coast premiere of "Well" at American Conservatory Theater. Lisa Kron's autobiographical exploration of perceptions of health and…
Except for the inevitable sweating, puking and dying, deathbed dramas are no different from other family reunion plays -- pure hell on auds who can't relate to the friends and relatives who have…
The Themantics Group presents the New York premiere of "Snake in Fridge" by Brad Fraser, the Canadian scribe behind play "Poor Super Man" and pic "Unidentified Human Remains," based on his play "Love…
"The Producers" is claiming what it believes to be a record weekly West End gross for any London show, following a holiday stand ended Jan. 1 that added up to a huge £842,773.50 -- or around $1.6…