Fifty years after Arnold Schoenberg's death, his unfinished, frustrated, towering masterpiece has achieved its first hearing in its composer's final hometown. Begun in 1930, abandoned in 1945 with…
Broadway made a respectable recovery from the post-Thanksgiving doldrums. B.O. rose $724,925 -- up 5.98% over the previous session -- to produce total receipts of $12,830,711. Not bad for 28 shows…
Former Long Wharf Theater artistic director Doug Hughes, who resigned suddenly from that New Haven nonprofit theater in June because of conflict between him and LWT board chair Barbara L. Pearce…
Destruction is raised to the level of art in "Othello," and audiences couldn't ask for a more captivating creator of chaos than the Iago of Liev Schreiber, the latest and finest in this exemplary…
"No Man's Land" occupies its own shimmering theatrical limbo, as the title of Harold Pinter's bitterly funny yet fiercely bleak play suggests. It comes as something of a surprise, then, to find…
Norbert Leo Butz and Sherie Rene Scott have been tapped to star in the Gotham premiere of the new Jason Robert Brown musical, "The Last Five Years."
Established names Tina Howe and Charles Mee top the roster at the 26th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays at the Actors Theater of Louisville, but Marc Masterson's first Kentucky slate also…
The Broadway revival of "The Music Man" will close Dec. 30, after 24 previews and 698 performances.
The beneficiary of readings, workshops and publication over the past two years, Eve Ensler's "Necessary Targets" is receiving its first production at Hartford Stage. Given the play's urgent subject…
At least half a dozen Broadway shows are calling it quits between Dec. 30 and Jan. 13. Not so John Leguizamo's "Sexaholix," which opened on Sunday night.