Flanked by some of the best actors working in Australia, Judy Davis is radiant as the widow of a murdered polemicist in Howard Barker's obscure 20-year-old play "Victory." It's just a pity the play…
He's back. And she's back, too. Barry Humphries brings Dame Edna to Broadway in "Back With a Vengeance."
The Tribeca Film Festival has spawned a legit cousin, the Tribeca Theater Festival, which comes to town this fall in what could become an annual event.
Salaa'm Bombay! And haven't we met somewhere before? The gaudy hues of the sets and costumes may be unfamiliar, and the seductive music certainly has a fresh tang, but look beneath the colorful…
The Drama Desk shared its theater awards nominations among Broadway and Off Broadway shows both long shuttered and just opened: "Wicked" was the clear leader, with 11, followed closely by Lincoln…
Like a tasty plate of hors d'oeuvres, five delicious one-acts open the Kennedy Center's four-month festival "Tennessee Williams Explored," superbly mounted by D.C.'s Shakespeare Theater. Four of them…
"Lennon" will arrive on Broadway in late March 2005. Formerly known as "The John Lennon Project," the new biotuner is coming off a successful reading last month.
Just for Variety: Gena Rowlands suffered a fractured shoulder on a rainy and muddy set of Universal's "The Skeleton Key" Monday night in New Orleans.
Lenox, Mass.-based theater org Shakespeare & Co. has received a $3,500 grant from the Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities, allowing it to expand its summer 2004 Free Bankside Festival of…
Early in "Cavalia," a proverb is projected onscreen: "The Horse is God's Gift to Man." This sweeping statement proves fully justified by an exciting program that features horses interacting…