As a piece of scholarship and a feat of theatrical archaeology, Barry Edelstein's adaptation of Ferdinand Bruckner's "Race" for the Classic Stage Co. is an admirable achievement. Bruckner's drama was…
LONDON — Nicholas Hytner times two and new plays from Patrick Marber, Sebastian Barry and Nicholas Wright are on the docket for the Royal National Theater in its 25th anniversary year on the South…
If ever a play had one more narrative ruse up its sleeve than is probably good for it, Kevin Elyot's "Mouth to Mouth" is it, though there's something to be said for the ability to keep you guessing…
You won't quickly forget the ending of Deborah Warner's modern-dress West End staging of "Medea," and if you're thinking infanticide, guess again. Yes, Fiona Shaw's riven and riveting anti-heroine…
Sandra Bullock, who toplined recent $100 million-plus domestic grosser "Miss Congeniality," will be ShoWest 2001's female star of the year.
Most women past the age of, say, 60, would think twice about sporting black leather jodhpurs. But then Emilia Marty, the anti-heroine of Leos Janacek's oddball opera "The Makropulos Case," is not…
The Abbey Theatre's plan to relocate from the center of Dublin to the city's burgeoning docklands area has sparked a bitter political dispute.
Russell Crowe, who just scored a best-thesp Oscar nom for "Gladiator," will be feted as male star of the year at ShoWest 2001.
Both sides claimed some sort of victory after the latest skirmish in the ongoing battle between neighborhood activists and the city over a plan to allow Broadway theater owners to sell unused air…
The road was stable in Week 36 (January 29-February 4, 2001), gaining .6% to total $13,420,986. There were 19 shows circulating, a fall off of 1 from the previous week.
A February frost took its toll on Broadway in Week 36 (Jan. 29-Feb. 4), with grosses declining by 10.6%. The total fell to $9,838,582 following the exit of "Miss Saigon," which concluded a run of…