Theatricum Botanicum artistic director Ellen Geer makes great use of the bucolic splendor of the company's spacious outdoor theater in this captivating staging of Peter Hall's musical adaptation of…
The authors of 2000's satirical hit "Up the Week Without a Paddle" have mounted another musical spoof, but this time they're up the creek artistically. Their new production at the Powerhouse Theater…
It may be curtains for "Our Town" plans. Rumors circulated last week at the Roundabout's opening-night party for Edward Albee's "All Over" that it was indeed all over for the company's 2003 Broadway…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Though skillfully written and constructed, "The Voice of the Turtle" was a vehicle tailored to its original Broadway stars, relying on charm and stagecraft. In its current outing, it's lucky that its…
Joop van den Ende's live entertainment group Stage Holding is taking over four theaters in Germany owned by bankrupt rival Stella Entertainment as well as Stella productions "Dance of the Vampires"…
Broadway sustained a smaller B.O. blow than usual in its pre-Fourth of July session. Twenty-nine shows brought in $13,625,549, with receipts down only $210,967 (or 1.52%) from the previous week.
Matthew Lombardo's one-woman play "Tea at Five," featuring Kate Mulgrew as Katharine Hepburn and first seen at Hartford Stage earlier this year, is taking to the road.
It's faint praise, but it must be reported that this production from the Royal Shakespeare Co. is by no means as dire as its devastating London reviews would suggest. ("Miserably undercast…
Road grosses were roughly even during Week 4 (June 17-23), as the 16 shows reporting grossed $11,959,432, a drop of just .1% from the prior frame.
Matt Wolf: Strands