The meanings -- or nonmeanings -- in the ambiguous world of Harold Pinter have traditionally resided in the minds of his audience. But in JoAnne Akalaitis' production of "The Birthday Party" at the…
Melvin Van Peebles, who entered filmmaking after moving to France as a young man, will be honored with the international lifetime achievement award at ShoWest 2004.
Playwrights who missed the Feb. 14 deadline for the New York Intl. Fringe Festival have a second chance to showcase their work this summer in Gotham.
Tony winner Marian Seldes plays the matriarch of "The Royal Family" in the Ahmanson Theater's production of the George S. Kaufman-Edna Ferber classic comedy.
"Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Horse and Man," the latest show from Cirque du Soleil co-founder Normand Latourelle, will play Glendale starting April 27.
Playwright Nilo Cruz ("Anna in the Tropics") has used Cuban poet Maria Elena Cruz Varela as the fictionalized centerpiece of his play about a revered writer under house arrest in Castro's repressive…
British playwright Alan Ayckbourn has taken on an ambitious task: writing eight plays with the same characters and providing two possible endings for each. The idea is to demonstrate how similar…
Nancy Meyers, who helmed Sony's recent laffer "Something's Gotta Give," has been named director of the year for ShoWest 2004.
Strange but true: Richard Strauss' "Salome" has aged a lot better than Oscar Wilde's. Going on 100, this is one dame in no need of Botox. The score remains one of the most taut and tense in all of…
The 2003-04 Broadway season will bring down the curtain with a new play from the author of "Children of a Lesser God."
Peter Hays' "Foreign Exchange," a world preem at the Playwrights Theater of New Jersey, explores the experience of Japanese-American citizens incarcerated in government-run compounds in the aftermath…
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