People may find it hard to take seriously the new National Theater production of "The Duchess of Malfi," which seems odd given that John Webster's Jacobean gorefest affords nary a laugh.
And you thought it was hard getting a new play performed today? Consider the difficulties confronting Oliver Goldsmith (Owen Sharpe), "Goldy" to his chums, who wants nothing more in the London of the…
Road grosses dipped by 4.2% during Week 35 (Jan. 20-27), to $14,493,897.
“Medea” opened Dec. 10 at the Brooks Atkinson Theater. It received seven favorable notices (Barnes, Post; Feldberg, Bergen Record; Gardner, USA Today; Kuchwara, AP; Lahr, New Yorker; Sommers…
After good reviews in Florida, they're bringing "Urban Cowboy" to town this March. Nice notices for "A Year in the Life of Frog and Toad" at the New Victory have spurred Bob Boyett to preem that…
When first-time scripter Eydie Faye preemed this three-character legiter back in March 2001, it attracted the attention of such hot ingenues as Drew Barrymore, Reese Witherspoon, Chloe Sevigny and…
Kicking off the Center Theater Group's Taper, Too 2003 season of new and experimental theater are two one-person plays. Each work chronicles a different aspect of the coming-of-age of the…
Texas: The land of cowboy boots, 10-gallon hats, pickup trucks, gun racks -- and Edward Albee.
"Les Miserables," which was to close at the Imperial Theater on March 15, has extended its run by nine weeks. The show will now play its final performance May 18.
In Barry Edelstein's sober but sapless production of "The Winter's Tale" at the Classic Stage Co., the oracle of Delphi makes its pronouncement via a reel-to-reel tape recorder wheeled onstage -- a…