Any director approaching this great American play must reconcile its conflicting impulses: "Streetcar" is both a searing, naturalistic drama about sex and class and power, and a lyric poem defending…
The short sprint between the Tony nominations and the ceremony itself is under way. And unlike last year, when "Hairspray" ambled easily to the top prize, this year there's likely to be a bit more…
After three weeks of downturns, Broadway grosses inched back up 4.2% to $15,153,444 during Week 50 (May 3-9), with attendance up 3.7% to 234,513.
Arena Stage was the big winner at the 20th annual Helen Hayes Awards May 10, reaping eight honors including four for the musical "Crowns," Regina Taylor's gospel-infused vignettes about…
Road grosses dropped 5.3% to $13,840,915 during Week 50 (May 3-9).
The Strands: It's sayonara to the Savoy Opera, the ambitious West End venture to make opera affordable at mainstream musicals prices.
Any lingering memories of last summer's SARS fiasco vanished in a whoosh of aerosol giddiness as "Hairspray" exploded onto the Toronto scene. Anchored by a largely Canuck cast and remounted with care…
Robert Anderson's "I Never Sang for My Father" is not a play that gets much respect these days. But thanks in no small measure to a richly complex performance from John Mahoney as the titular grim…
The Blair-Bush axis comes angrily to the London stage in "Follow My Leader," a satirical revue with music that has only one significant problem: It isn't all that funny. When it's bad, "Follow My…
Andy Bobrow and Matt Boren have emerged as the first writers to come out of Fox's "Naked TV" with signed script development deals.