Scratch the inane title. Despite its ethnic roots in the Palestinian Diaspora entrenched in Detroit, Betty Shamieh's second play is not in the least ferocious. Play tells the familiar story of how…
There is, quite probably, a lot less to "Jumpers" than meets the eye -- or rather the ear. But how could it be otherwise? Tom Stoppard's exuberantly surreal comedy contains long disquisitions on the…
About 20 minutes into "Jailhouse Rock," the latest karaoke bar passing itself off as a West End musical, a performer named Gilz Terera leads his castmates in a soaring version of "Pretty Little Angel…
The Down Under production of Mel Brooks' musical comedy -- the first outside North America -- is, well, upside-down. Playing to an opening-night audience soaked by a chilly fall rainstorm, the show's…
A starry revival of "The Philadelphia Story" and a Christmas pantomime with Ian McKellen will highlight Kevin Spacey's first season as artistic director of London's Old Vic Theater.
Half a century after William Wyler shot "Roman Holiday" in the Eternal City, "Roman Holiday," the stage musical, is doing boffo biz in Italy.
Noises Off: Let's forget about the reviews, the box office and the audiences for a moment.
Peter Strauss replaces Laurence Luckinbill in Jon Robin Baitz's new play, "Chinese Friends," at Playwrights Horizons.
"The Graduate" and "Rob Becker's Defending the Caveman" returned to the road last week, boosting overall road grosses 12% to $15,849,699 during Week 47 (April 12-18).
Despite two new shows and the return of another, Broadway grosses dropped 2.9% to $17,072,157 during Week 47 (April 12-18), with attendance down 1.7% to 263,754.