Imagine borscht without beets, matzo ball soup without the matzo ball, and you've got a clear picture of the watery broth that is Neil Simon's new comedy.
Frank Loesser was a legendary composer no one could pigeonhole. He had a tough, irreverent wit, a flair for off-color comedy and a talent for sentimentality that made people cry without feeling…
About 10 years ago, an unwieldy theatrical fusion of William Shakespeare, cowpoke humor and the Red Clay Ramblers toured parts of the Midwest under the moniker "The Merry Wives of Windsor, Texas." It…
There's a calm center to Peter Hall's noisy and rather wearing production of "The Royal Family," and her name is Judi Dench. There's virtually no one who can transfix a house as she does on this…
Dodger Theatricals has pulled out of the League of American Theaters and Producers, reportedly over disagreement with the Broadway trade org's handling of the post-Sept. 11 labor concessions and…
Edie Falco and Stanley Tucci may soon be slinging hash on Broadway. Last week, Joe Mantello directed the two stars in a reading of Terrence McNally's 1987 play "Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de…
The hats and heels nearly walk off with the show in the Roundabout Theater Co.'s pretty, pink and pointless revival of Clare Boothe Luce's cat-clawed comedy "The Women."
Reality may be big on TV, but clearly some American teenagers are finding plenty of fertile material in their own imaginations, if the four short plays in this year's Young Playwrights Festival…
Add one more starry revival to Broadway's spring 2002 season. Billy Crudup looks ready to headline as the grossly deformed John Merrick in "The Elephant Man," by Bernard Pomerance, first performed on…
Samantha Mathis will star opposite Chris O'Donnell in the Roundabout Theater Co.'s upcoming Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's first play, "The Man Who Had All The Luck."