Max Reinhardt's 1935 filming of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," is grist for Ken Ludwig's latest farce, a defiantly corny yet amusing escapade that is given a classy sendoff by Arena Stage. Chaos erupts…
Michetti's aim is to illuminate a little-known nugget of U.S. history, utilizing the Bard to reflect "the broader struggle facing New Orleans during the tumultuous period of the Creole wars in the…
Sherwood's 1936 Pulitzer winning anti-war tract shows its age in a current Lillian Theater production. Despite provocative scenes, it never creates anxiety for the protagonists under threat of…
Sondheim's controversial musical about presidential assassins, sometimes accused of glorifying history's most heinous killers, is in fact a startling, audacious work that clearly illuminates their…
The Broadway Television Network has secured permission from the Roundabout Theater Co. and the creative of "Nine" for a pay-per-view showing and DVD presentation of the current Broadway revival.
How is Broadway holding up during the cruelest month of the year? Twenty shows brought in a record $10,422,891, up a good if not great $708,116, or 7.29%, from the previous dud session.
The Los Angeles Opera filmed its world premiere presentation of "Nicholas and Alexandra" and the season opener "La damnation de Faust" with an eye toward release on DVD in the future.
History records that Nicholas II met his death at the hands of a Bolshevik firing squad during the Russian Revolution. As composer Drattell would have it, however, Russia's final royalty fell victims…
Cirque du Soleil has created yet another vehicle to examine the limits to which the human body can be pushed, but this time out, it has revived the joy and elegance that graced many of its earlier…
Robert Hofler: At least half a dozen producers are making their Broadway debuts this season.
If the Stephen Schwartz-Winnie Holzman musical "Wicked" opens to glowing reviews next month, book agents may find themselves literally singing the praises of its producers, who may be paving the way…