McCarter Theater artistic director Emily Mann, who directed a sumptuous "Three Sisters" in 1992 now helms an honorable "Uncle Vanya." Mann's admirably fluent adaptation of Anton Chekhov's bittersweet…
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What the Broadway gods gaveth, they quickly took away. After an unusual post-Easter bounce, the box office fell into a deep hole last week.
"Hairspray" and "Take Me Out" were the big winners at the Outer Critics Circle awards, announced Sunday.
Tom Stoppard's "Rough Crossing" will open the Old Globe Theater's eight-play 2003-04 season Sept. 18 on the San Diego theater's mainstage.
Rolin Jones' "The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow," making its world premiere at South Coast Repertory, has a plot that rings of high-concept: Adopted, agoraphobic 22-year-old, emotionally trapped…
The man may abhor organized religion, but Bill Maher's new solo show on Broadway bears a suspicious resemblance to a revival meeting. Onstage Maher preaches his gospel while the audience says amen…
If anxiety over the economic malaise, or the ongoing unrest in Iraq, or that spooky new virus has you lying awake at night, fear not and forget the pharmaceuticals. A new form of sedative is at hand…
One of Australia's leading playwrights, Hannie Rayson spent the best part of four years researching and writing "Inheritance." The result is her most ambitious work in a career of many highlights.
La Boheme" was never like this.