"Sweet Smell of Success," the Broadway-bound new tuner trying out in Chicago, has a bit of an identity problem: Is it a Faustian morality fable about the dangers of power and incestuous sexual desire?
Barbara Cook is entirely sublime in "Mostly Sondheim," her silky-smooth concert celebrating this prickliest of Broadway composers and some of his favorite songs by other authors. Still in beautiful…
Broadway grosses were down 8.8% last week, falling by a little over $1 million to $10,915,035.
The world premiere of "War Letters," based on Andrew Carroll's bestselling book, will be produced at the Canon Theater in Beverly Hills by Canon Theatricals and Robert Redford's Sundance Theater.
South Coast Repertory will close its second theater and usher in its new 336-seat venue with two new plays by Richard Greenberg, the company's most produced contemporary playwright.
"I'm just in the middle of shooting me dad," says Padraic (David Wilmot), the self-styled "lieutenant" at the bloodied and often murderously funny heart of "The Lieutenant of Inishmore." But a son's…
The flouting of social convention and the overthrowing of tyranny are both enduring comic themes, and they are delightfully blended in Harold Brighouse's "Hobson's Choice," a sturdy, rarely seen 1915…
The high-profile casting of revivals has emerged as the hallmark of Broadway's 2002 spring season: Liam Neeson and Laura Linney in "The Crucible," Alan Bates and Frank Langella in "Fortune's Fool"…