Don't be misled by the Neil Simonesque title: "Honeymoon Suite" is perhaps most succinctly described as the best play Alan Ayckbourn never wrote. Honors on this occasion instead go to Richard Bean…
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As the Sydney Theater Co. ramped up for the Jan. 10 launch of its long-awaited new Sydney Theater with a world-premiere double bill, it seems everything that could go wrong did.
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Nobel-winning Italian playwright and comedian Dario Fo is ruffling feathers with a play about Silvio Berlusconi. And the satirical piece has triggered a libel suit from senator Marcello Dell'Utri, an…
It's official: "Caroline, or Change" will make the big transfer to Broadway. "Caroline" opened in November at the Public Theater, where its story of a black maid and her young white charge received…
The Geffen Playhouse will conclude its season with a third music-related piece -- "Cookin' at the Cookery: The Music and Times of Alberta Hunter."
Stripped of magnetism, the boozing, broad-chasing re-creations of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. (Gary Corsello, Steve Apple, Lonnie Parlor) are shallow, and lines that slipped under…
The National Theater once again dominated the 2004 Laurence Olivier Award nominations, honoring the finest in London theater, opera, and dance during 2003. The South Bank complex garnered 20 noms -…
Uta Hagen, one of the theater's great actresses, died Wednesday at her home in Manhattan. She was 84.
Ford's Theater Society has tapped Paul Tetreault, 41-year-old managing director of Houston's Alley Theater, its producing director. He succeeds Frankie Hewitt, who died last year.
Star alumni from 35 years of the Eugene O'Neill Playwrights Conference, including Wendy Wasserstein, Christopher Durang, David Henry Hwang and August Wilson, have volunteered their services to…