A lightly amusing, semi-burlesque costumier, Lynn Nottage's new "Las Meninas" doesn't penetrate deeply into the hidden chapters of Euro-African colonization, but it does provide an entertaining two…
Toronto's Daniel Brooks may be riding high as a director, having been awarded the inaugural Siminovich Prize for Theater with its hefty C$100,000 ($63,000) bounty, but he's unlikely to earn similar…
When history is silent, a playwright can fill in the blanks by moving into the realm of the probable and the possible. The doorway for playwright Maureen Hunter (author of the successful "Transit of…
Florence Gibson's poetic and moving study of black-white relations in the years after the Civil War generated strictly Canadian interest during its original 2000 run, but this stunning revival should…
As theatrical conundrums go, here's one of the more pleasurable of late: Which of the three neophyte stage performers in the London premiere of "This Is Our Youth" constitutes the greatest…
The critically acclaimed "Little Ham" goes to the John Houseman, with an Off Broadway opening set for Sept. 12.
Matt Wolf: Strands
The Victorian Arts Center Trust, which operates Melbourne's flagship performing arts complex, is spreading its wings, both physically and increasingly as a co-producer with theater companies and…
Road grosses declined during Week 42 (March 11-17), falling by 5.6% to $14,880,843. "Kiss Me, Kate" had a strong week in Tempe, Ariz., taking $787,713 at the Gammage.
Broadway grosses inched upward during Week 42 (March 11-17), rising by 2.3% to $13,416,445. Attendance of 229,455 rose by a slightly higher margin of 4.5%.
While Broadway's "The Full Monty" was being celebrated across the Atlantic, the Great White Way's newest musical, "Sweet Smell of Success," opened to some of the sourest reviews of the season.