It's easy to understand why eager theatergoers are pulling out the plastic for the stage adaptation of "The Graduate." The source material has iconic status and the play touts Kathleen Turner, Jason…
Baz Luhrmann's "La Boheme" will make its Broadway debut Dec. 8 at the Broadway Theater.
"Biloxi Blues," Neil Simon's 1985 Tony winner, realistically and comically showcases what soldiers have known for years: Basic training is more of a shock to recruits than their later army…
Shakespeare's densely plotted late romance "Cymbeline" is an unruly animal. Bartlett Sher, the ingenious director of the new production at the Lucille Lortel Theater, takes just the right approach…
Historical innacuracy is near the bottom of the list of objections to be raised to Sarah Schulman's play about the troubled writer Carson McCullers. As uncertainly directed by a seemingly bewildered…
"Waiting for Tadashi," the provocative, troubling new play by Velina Hasu Houston, depicts a half-century search for identity by an orphaned Asian-American, following its protag from Tokyo in the…
The Melbourne Theater Co.'s 2002 curtain-raiser, commissioned by artistic director Simon Phillips for local stage diva Caroline O'Connor, is a very entertaining work-in-progress.
Lest anyone thought the Irish had lost the gift of the gab, along comes "Bedbound," a hit on the Dublin and Edinburgh Festival circuit that has taken up garrulous residence at the Royal Court's…
The state of grace ostensibly enjoyed by childhood seems like a decidedly grim place, at least if the young adults in Peter Morris' "The Age of Consent" are any gauge. Morris' intertwining monologues…
Revivals are clearly the rage at the Laurence Olivier Awards, with familiar titles dominating the nominations for London legit in 2001.
DLP Cinema, the digital-cinema unit of Texas Instruments, has signed on as a corporate sponsor of ShoWest 2002, organizers said Wednesday.