Marie Jones proves she's a local girl at heart with this small-scale musical extravaganza celebrating the cycles of life in an East Belfast Protestant community. The cultural specificity of the show…
Will there always be an England? In theatrical terms, undoubtedly -- at least as long as the West End continues to offer up productions such as "The Play What I Wrote," an endearing tribute to…
Playwright David Grimm is up in arms over the current production of his play "Kit Marlowe" at the Studio Theater here, accusing director Michael Chamberlain of extensively rewriting the play, cutting…
L.A. company the Evidence Room displays some terrific thesps digging their teeth into a play that twists and turns, and then turns and twists some more, but unfortunately never seems worth the effort…
Alfred Uhry's 1997 Tony Award winner casts a jaundiced eye at a genteel, isolationist Southern Jewish family on the eve of World War II. Uhry has penned a darker-toned variation of the old-fashioned…
Pulitzer and Tony Award winner Frank D. Gilroy ("The Subject Was Roses") penned this romantic two-person legiter in the '60s, adapting it as a 1970 pic for Elizabeth Taylor and Warren Beatty. Gregory…
In "Emma's Child," adoptive parents must decide what to do when the baby who would be theirs is born with a severe disability. It's a story that belongs squarely to the genre of the TV movie.
The Shubert Org is putting its considerable muscle behind a small musical called "Le Passe Muraille," by Michel Legrand.
"Kiss Me, Kate" has received kisses and then some from the British press, in the best set of reviews for any London musical since the last major revival -- "My Fair Lady" -- opened in March. What's…
Despite the surprising resilience shown at the Broadway box office in the weeks after Sept. 11, an air of gloom prevails in legit circles as the holiday season approaches.