Richard Stein's observant direction lets Neil LaBute's play speak for itself rather than lapse into polemic, and Stacy Solodkin, Michael Eric Strickland, Robyn Cohen and Jay Boyer skillfully play a…
Oscar Wilde's 1895 comedy of manners "The Importance of Being Earnest" is a zany confection, relying on mistaken identity and outrageous coincidences. Director Jeffrey VanderByl preserves Wilde's…
Playwright William Gibson wasn't happy with the 1977 Broadway production of his play "Golda," so in his 88th year he's revisiting the life of late Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir via a newly…
"Sweet Smell of Success" is the first post-Tony Awards casualty of the 2001-02 Broadway season.
Center Theater Group/Ahmanson Theater has added two productions to its 2002-03 season: Lily Tomlin in "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe" and the revival of tuner "42nd Street."
Betty Garrett, Joyce Van Patten and Naomi Caryl have united to helm a 40th anniversary revival of Edgar Lee Masters' dark but often humorous dissection of life and death in one small Illinois town…
Elaine Stritch was no match for Shaq and Kobe, as the Tony Awards dropped to its lowest performance ever and the NBA's Western Conference Finals Game 7 scored a slam-dunk. Winner Stritch, who made a…
The Tony Awards gave some B.O. bounce to winners in their day-after wraps.
Broadway suffered during that always awkward session between Memorial Day and the Tony fete.
Something's off about this grimly earnest character study of a young Marine and the veteran officer overseeing his methodical transformation into an unfeeling killing machine. But the writing is so…
The Tony Awards spread the wealth at the 56th annual ceremonies, concluding a difficult season in Broadway history by divvying up major awards with a remarkably even hand -- in contrast with last…