The musical "Thunder Knockin' on the Door" could storm Gotham this legit season.
In the Blue Sphere Alliance production of six Tennessee Williams shorts, director Anthony Barnao communicates Southern atmosphere and tortured souls by having his cast speak very, very slowly. So…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
The Lincoln Center Festival's celebration of the work of Harold Pinter began with a long silence. The minute or so in which the audience at Alice Tully Hall sat in expectation, gazing at the…
The Ten Chimneys Foundation today opens its Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne exhibition in the lobby of the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Rejuvenated after a two-year hiatus, Justin Tanner has fashioned a hilarious, testosterone-driven rewrite of his own "Tent Show," which features the playwright as an ensemble member under the…
Hershey Felder's one-person "George Gershwin Alone" will close at Broadway's Helen Hayes Theater on Sunday.
More than two decades after its Off Broadway premiere, the musical "One Mo' Time" could be moving uptown to Broadway.
David Lee fails to overcome the puzzling lack of musical and thematic cohesion in "Do I Hear A Waltz?," but the production still manages to make a strong impact, due in great part to the palpable…
Shaw's "Arms and the Man," not Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard," will open the 2001-02 season of the Long Wharf Theater in New Haven, Conn.
With full-frontal male nudity, extensive discussion of sexual activity and a vice-oriented plot involving cops shacked up with hookers barely out of high school, Chi playwright Rebecca Gilman has…