"As You Like It" is one of Shakespeare's comedies about young lovers who dress up in silly costumes and do stupid things. There is justification, then, for a director like Erica Schmidt to send…
It's perfectly reasonable to be sadly disappointed by Donald Margulies' two one-act plays "Two Days." The longer of the two, "July 7, 1994," barely achieves medical soap-opera status, while "Last…
When it comes to prestige, they're not the Tonys. They're not even the Drama Desk. But the Outer Critics Circle certainly is the first of the season when it comes to getting out its nominations for…
The Playhouse Theater stage is flooded with light at the start of "Three Sisters," which reaches an aesthetically arrested West End with something of the force with which the army officer Vershinin…
The political "troubles" have largely passed, leaving in their wake a tense and troubled Belfast populace. That's the sorrowful starting point of "Scenes From the Big Picture," Owen McCafferty's…
Road total picked up in Week 46 (April 7-13) with a 2.5% uptick from previous week to $12,636,045.
One of the undisputed gems of the current theater season here is this sublime production of Maxwell Anderson's 1930 love story about Queen Elizabeth I, based loosely on the monarch's relationship…
A March 12-21 pre-Broadway run of a new musical version of "Little Women" will be part of the 2003-04 Broadway Series at New Haven's Shubert Theater.
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Seattle's ACT Theater confirmed it had raised $1.5 million by its self-imposed April 15 deadline, allowing the company to mount a five-play 2003 season that had seemed in doubt after serious fiscal…