Paul Livingston's play about Sigmund Freud and physician Wilhelm Fliess conducting unwieldy experiments on a "hysterical" young patient is rescued from excessive somberness by a deft injection of…
"Snow has a voice," we're told early on in "Blackbird," and there's no denying that the newly ubiquitous dramatist Adam Rapp has one, too -- or perhaps several. But having now seen two plays of his…
Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Tilly and Kristen Johnston are set to play the roles immortalized by Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford and Rosalind Russell when the Roundabout restages Clare Boothe's "The Women"…
The administration committee of the Tony Awards announced new members of its nominating committee. Each member serves for a three-year term.
In Kafka's short story "In the Penal Colony," an execution is preceded by 12 hours of torture; in real life on Tuesday, the event was accompanied by 24-hour news coverage.
Since the great strengths of James Lapine and William Finn are touching musicals about empathetic human dilemmas, their decision to allow the premiere of their latest project to dissolve into crass…
Steve Martin returns to the theater with an adaptation of Carl Sternheim's 1911 dark comedy "The Underpants" (Die Hose), commissioned by Gotham's Classic Stage Company in New York.
The Lincoln Center Theater production of "The Invention of Love" will close on Broadway after a three-month run. Tom Stoppard's drama about poet A.E. Housman will have its last perf June 30.
It's impossible to assess the achievement of "Tick, Tick ... Boom!," the early musical from Jonathan Larson that is now premiering at the Jane Street Theater, without putting it in the context of its…
Stephen Sachs has penned an intriguing if flawed mini-cultural history of L.A., focusing on the vital jazz scene of post-World War II Central Avenue. Pic spotlights the evolution of the street from…