Richard Nelson's new play is a distaff companion piece to his last, "Madame Melville." It, too, is a bittersweet memory play narrated by a character looking back on a time of emotional and sexual…
A week after "Sweet Smell of Success" had critics holding their noses, along comes Michele Lowe's "The Smell of the Kill," a coarse comedy about three wives who blithely decide to let their husbands…
New York University prexy L. Jay Oliva and philanthropist Alberto Vilar tapped the first batch of Alberto Vilar Global Fellows on Tuesday.
Gotham small arts orgs will be the recipient of Broadway's $1 million giveback to the city.
Playwright Migdalia Cruz's first work -- set in the mid-1970s --focuses on the brutal coming of age of 14-year-old Lillian Rivera (America Ferrera), a prisoner of the tenements whose pure soul…
The play "Serious Inquiries Only" would be much more rewarding if only it made some serious inquiries of its own.
From madcap designer Gerald Scarfe's nifty stage-filling dragon that starts the action, to Mozart's audible sunshine that irradiates its final message -- that love conquers all -- the L.A. Opera's…
There's something to be said for staking out a small patch of land and tending it meticulously. The emotional and physical territory of Horton Foote may not be terribly expansive, but it's been…
Broadway's biz continues to outpace last year's B.O. figures by a few bucks. Last week, total receipts came to $14,237,337 as opposed to $13.79 million a year ago.
Never less than highly competent and with its heart clearly involved, the play seldom delves below its briskly efficient surface and doesn't always avoid sentimentality and audience manipulation.
Gilles Ste-Croix is not a household name, but in many ways he's to le cirque what Andrew Lloyd Webber was to the Broadway musical in the 1980s -- he's always got a few shows going somewhere.