Family secrets are clearly catnip to Richard Greenberg, whose latest play presents two generations of a neurotic Jewish clan in a manner similar to his acclaimed "Three Days of Rain." Here, alas, the…
United Artists Theaters topper Kurt Hall on Wednesday was named ShoWester of the Year for ShoWest 2002.
"The Full Monty" tour will resume next year with a new team of producers.
"The Lion King" won yet another crown, taking home seven Ovation Awards Monday at the first kudofest to be held at the newly opened Kodak Theater in Hollywood.
Watching "Forever Plaid" is like retreating to a cozy musical utopia where the rebellious images of Elvis, Mick Jagger, Bob Dylan and Madonna never arrived to sully the saccharine landscape.
The five-member Lester McFwap Ensemble charges energetically through 23 never-before-performed Pythonic sketches but never comes close to achieving the zany amalgam of social satire, surrealism and…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
If Lee Strasberg were alive today, the director-actor-teacher would be celebrating his 100th birthday this weekend, and to honor his centennial, theater troupe the Group at Strasberg will pay homage…
Broadway rebounded nicely from the previous week's B.O. debacle, the direct result of an unusual triple whammy: Halloween, the World Series and the end of daylight savings time. The overall tally…
Boxing legends, like world heavyweight champ Joe Louis, or jazz musicians toiling in cheap dives, have one crucial thing in common: a savage, sensual, all-consuming connection to their art. The…