Two phone calls that can't get to Bill Graham (Ron Silver) fast enough have the legendary concert promoter pacing around the office inside his Marin County estate, dubbed, with historical and…
Constantly breaking the theatrical "fourth wall" to include the audience in the shenanigans, "Anthology" is a joyous outing that underscores the nation's premier Chicano-Latino comedy trio's adroit…
John Spencer ("The West Wing") will play the lead in the West Coast premiere of Warren Leight's "Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine" at the Mark Taper Forum in January.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Outer Critics Circle has announced the winners of its annual theater awards, to be presented May 25 at Sardi's.
There's a lot of talk in Michael Mayer's woebegone production of the Chekhov classic, and much loud declaiming. There are quite a few tears and other assorted hysterics, a half a barrel of laughs…
Paule Constable's crepuscular lighting for the Royal Shakespeare Co.'s new production of "The Seagull" locates the great final scene of Chekhov's play in a doomy twilit limbo hovering dangerously…
The Chicago engagement of "Minnelli on Minnelli" was abruptly canceled Friday afternoon after Liza Min-nelli was hospitalized in New York a day earlier.
August Wilson's "Jitney" makes a wonderful Off Broadway coda to a Broadway theater season in which 20-year-old plays have made major new statements (see "True West" and "The Real Thing," for…
Actor Patrick Stewart turned into an angry publicist of sorts over the weekend when he decried the producers of Arthur Miller's "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan" for failing to promote the play in which he…
"Miss Saigon," the sixth-longest running show in Broadway history, will drop its final curtain on Dec. 31, just 14 weeks shy of its 10th anniversary.
The Broadway production of "James Joyce's The Dead" will replace "Finian's Rainbow" as the final presentation of the Ahmanson Theatre's 1999-2000 season.