Michael P. Price has been in no hurry to mount a Goodspeed production of Stephen Sondheim's 1973 "A Little Night Music," a musical that has already established itself as a classic worldwide. But some…
The post-Sept. 11 recovery continues as the margin of difference between 2000 and 2001 B.O. shrinks even further. With 25 shows now bringing the total tally to $11,714,168, those strong figures are…
Robert Hofler: Noises Off
After its sensational opening weeks, which offered much and promised even more in the way of enlightened, innovative opera production, the local company returned to the old business-as-usual. First…
Long Wharf acting a.d. Greg Leaming has opted for a comicstrip approach that turns the play into a raucous, ear-splitting farce and grinds down its satirical teeth.
In 99 minutes of literary mayhem, three zany young performers conduct a comic assault on 75 characters from 37 Shakespeare plays -- and toss in 154 sonnets condensed onto one 3x5 index card -- in…
"We live in darkness," a Dominican cardinal says not long into the second act of "Luther." That John Osborne did not live to see these calamitous times only adds an eerie resonance to the first…
As Broadway B.O. rebounds, several producers are ready to return some or all of the coin they saved, thanks to labor concessions granted seven endangered Broadway musicals.
If life were not a cabaret but a karaoke bar, we could all live in the world of sunny, syncopated bliss that is "Mamma Mia!" There, no moment is too awkward, no emotional crisis too severe that…
According to the program of the Atlantic Theater Co.'s "An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein," the late Silverstein wrote "hundreds" of short plays. Assuming the 10 collected in this omnibus are…
Talkshow host Jerry Springer will replace talkshow host Dick Cavett in the retooled production of "The Rocky Horror Show," set to reopen on Broadway Oct. 30 for a limited 10-week engagement.