The menace has gone missing in the Roundabout Theater Co.'s revival of Harold Pinter's "The Caretaker." Suspense takes a holiday, too, in David Jones' oddly cozy and ultimately wan staging of a play…
Brothers Brian and Mark Karmelich, leaders of local '90s club band Sauce, have funneled their skilled melodic sense and irreverent sensibilities into a highly inventive if jaundiced perusal of life…
Gregory Burke's new play "The Straits" gets off to a balletic start courtesy of movement director Steven Hoggett, but don't be fooled: The Scottish scribe's sobering topic is a particularly blunt…
Road grosses declined by a hefty 13.2% during Week 23 (Oct. 27-Nov. 2), falling to $13,165,459.
Stephen Sewell's script is the basis for one of the freshest, most compelling productions staged in Sydney in some years -- but for one glaring fault. Like its overlong title, "Myth, Propaganda and…
Broadway grosses dipped mildly during Week 23 (Oct. 27-Nov. 2), with receipts sliding 3.3% to $14,230,516. The switch from daylight-saving time (on Oct. 26 this year) usually takes a slight toll at…
"Jerry Springer -- The Opera" has been one of the talking points -- perhaps the major talking point -- of Nicholas Hytner's new National Theater regime, which made a bold and risky splash by…
Noises Off: The prospects for commercial productions Off Broadway continue to be discouraging.
Goodbye Canon Theater, hello big hotel. The Beverly Hills theater on Canon Drive closes in early March with a final farewell concert.
"Golda's Balcony" opened Oct. 15 at the Helen Hayes Theater. "The Boy From Oz" opened Oct. 16 at the Imperial Theater. "The Retreat From Moscow" opened Oct. 23 at the Booth Theater.
Richard Greenberg's "The Violet Hour" was probably the ideal choice to inaugurate the Biltmore. The latest play from the author of "Take Me Out" is a chamber piece that muses on the elusive…