For a play nearly as hapless as its hopeless heroine, Evan Smith's "Psych" nevertheless manages to reach a pitch of unpleasantness. This utterly rudderless tale of a dominatrix-slash-grad-student on…
Ben Sprecher has left his post as general manager of the Lucille Lortel Theater after 21 years. He remains a consultant to the Lortel Foundation, which supports not-for-profit theater. George Forbes…
Broadway's sagging B.O. is getting some very direct support from the mayor's office. For the first three weeks of December, the city of New York purchased some 16,500 tickets, totaling $220,000, to…
"When important things happen," we're told midway through the long first act of Trevor Nunn's new London revival of "South Pacific," "one has a feeling about it." My initial feeling about the Royal…
With all concerned immodestly declaring an imminent smash hit, Windy City media got its first whiff of "Sweet Smell of Success" at a press conference held in the basement of the Oriental Theater this…
To use the kind of lurid terms that he'd probably appreciate, Criss Angel, the creator and star of a magic show now playing in the basement of the World Wrestling Foundation complex on Times Square…
Eve Ensler soon may have two plays running Off Broadway. "The Vagina Monologues" recently entered its third year at the Westside Theater.
A successful reading last week of "The Dresser" makes Ronald Harwood's play a likely contender for the Roundabout Theater Company's 2002-03 season.