Impeccably cast and directed, acted with honesty, truth and empathy, this production reinvigorates a play that might seem hopelessly dated. The staging is without doubt the most completely achieved…
The Broadway obits will just have to wait. For the second week in a row, box office as well as paid-attendance figures set records for the new millennium during the early August time frame.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Although several long-running Broadway productions will call it quits this September, Edward Albee's "The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?" won't be among them.
A dancers union says the current roster of Rockettes shouldn't be kicked out of Radio City Music Hall.
It's hard to feel pity for people who lavish it on themselves -- one of the problems in Eric Bogosian's "SubUrbia." Play depicts seven Gen-Xers, most of whom spend a night drinking, arguing and…
Noises Off: Robert Hofler
Elizabeth Ashley toplines the Shakespeare Theater's grand and appealing production of Lillian Hellman's classic melodrama "The Little Foxes," underscoring for today's generation that greed and deceit…
Five full-scale musicals and myriad arena (and big-top) extravaganzas started traversing Australia this month, making for one of the country's busiest legit seasons in recent memory.
For American entertainer Gayle Tufts, building cultural bridges has become the key to her success on the German stage.
The world premiere of a David Rabe play featuring Sam Waterston will complete the Yale Repertory Theater's 2002-03 season, the first under new artistic director James Bundy.