The 26th annual Humana Festival of New American Plays was the first slate to be shaped by Marc Masterson, John Jory's successor as artistic director at the Actors Theater of Louisville.
Forget about the productions, the performances or the quality of the plays for a moment -- Broadway's most significant moments this month occurred at the parties.
Road grosses got a reprieve during Week 45 (April 1-7), rising by 9% to $13,220,682.
The final performance of Eve Ensler's "Necessary Targets" is set for April 21 at the Variety Arts Theater. Directed by Michael Wilson, the drama about women in Bosnia will have played 16 previews and…
Time hasn't been kind to "Bedroom Farce," Alan Ayckbourn's 1977 National Theater entry that traveled on to Broadway acclaim, and Loveday Ingram's graceless production doesn't look likely to gain many…
Let us raise a glass to Richard Cameron's "The Glee Club," a gently telling Bush Theater premiere that won't be confined to the west London fringe for long. Imagine "The Full Monty" as refracted…
Three-time Oscar winner Michel Legrand is set to make his Broadway debut with the musical "Amour," formerly titled "Le Passe Muraille" in its original incarnation. Malcolm Gets and Melissa Errico…
Two plays about Los Angeles and the world premiere production of August Wilson's "Gem of the Ocean" highlight the Mark Taper Forum's 2002-2003 season.
A quartet of delectably talented young actresses are having the pajama party of their lives at the Vineyard Theater, where they get to play the boys and the girls caught up in cross-cultural romances…
Richard Greenberg ("Three Days of Rain," "Everett Beekin") is a playwright who seems constantly on the verge of writing a fully great play. He's got all the tools -- an incisive wit, a playful…
In John Murrell's "Memoir," Sarah Bernhardt gets upstaged by a plethora of playwriting gimmicks, including a more enjoyable sidekick. Even Katherine McGrath's admirable performance in the Globe…