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.
Broadway grosses swelled during Week 48 (April 21-27) as the spring roster reached a peak, with 32 shows on the boards.
A legit tradition is going Hollywood. For the first time, the Juilliard School will take its annual actor presentations -- previously seen only in New York -- to the West Coast. Carnegie Mellon…
To a large but under-appreciated degree, August Wilson's decade-driven series of dramas has been a study in the variance of theatrical form as much as the changes in the American black experience in…
Matt Wolf - Strands
Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas" isn't the first CD one expects to hear emanating from a pub kitchen in the north of England. Then again, Simon Burt's "Got to Be Happy" isn't your conventional…