The play, the opera, the reading and now "Salome" the one-woman show. French actress Guandaline Sagliocco has taken her one-hander to several arts festivals since its debut in 1990. Now it is part of…
Road grosses dipped by 2.7% during Week 3 (June 9-15). The 16 shows reporting grossed $13,296,557.
Broadway grosses got a minor boost in the wake of the Tony awards. Receipts rose by 4.2% to $14,452,490, while attendance notched a similar increase, to 224,771.
The "Titanic" is sinking in Hamburg. With box office revenues continually submerged, Joop van den Ende's live entertainment group Stage Holding is pulling the plug on the musical in October.
Adapted from Scott Heim's coming-of-age novel by Prince Gomolvilas, the stage version of "Mysterious Skin" retains its powerful, fresh and ambivalent take on childhood sexual molestation -- though…
Summer is coming late to a lake-cooled Chicago this year, but at least there's some heat in the theaters.
There's a pun in the title of Tamsin Oglesby's "US and Them." The play, about two couples embarked on a collision course, is also an examination of the conflicting nationalities of the United States…
Noises Off -- Robert Hofler
"The Dragons' Trilogy" has become the stuff of theater legend. This epic story of two generations of Quebecers brought director/co-author Robert Lepage to international attention. Now the FTA and…
Even when you look at it backwards, life's pleasures are hardly lasting and real connections are hard to forge, according to "Eight Days (Backwards)," a wan new comedy at the Vineyard Theater.
Age and experience count, as is being most entertainingly proved by a posse of veteran character actors led by M'el Dowd and Bob Dorian in "Me and My Girl." Gray of hair they may be, but these…