Nervous collapse has never seemed as alluring as it does in Lypsinka's latest show, a solid hour of emotional meltdown that is the giddy delight of a sleepy summer theater season. Even that…
The bland are leading the bland in the touring edition of "The Graduate," as an already colorless stage transcription of a classic movie is rendered yea more so by the dimmed star wattage of current…
Rarely does one get an opportunity to see a play by Lope de Vega, a 16th century Spanish dramatist who is reported to have written over 2,200 plays. Thanks to the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, de…
The Public Theater won't be welcoming "The Visit" to its 2003-04 season as originally announced.
Road grosses improved slightly during Week 12 (Aug. 11-17), as the road shows were largely unimpaired by the widespread blackout.
Jeff Calhoun is a stage director and choreographer, but he seems to have spent the last two years juggling.
Bialystock and Bloom are getting closer -- all things considered -- to Blighty. Plans are shaping up for a fall 2004 U.K. preem of record Tony winner "The Producers" at the Theater Royal, Drury Lane.
A revival of Wallace Shawn's "Aunt Dan and Lemon" opens the new season at the New Group. The company takes up residence at 42nd Street's Theater Row for its 2003-2004 season, which begins in December…
What could be funner than a bunch of Middle East standup comics making wisecracks about terrorism and 9/11?
Not too long ago, the very mention of Shakespeare's Globe prompted polite snickers in London legit circles, if not outright sneering. Wasn't the Bankside reconstruction, situated across the Thames…
Broadway grosses dimmed last week, as the massive blackout kept theaters dark for a night. The B.O. total dropped by a painful 16.1% from the prior frame, to $12,122,045. Attendance of 178,196 was…