For "Annie Warbucks," tomorrow just became a lot more than a day away. Producer Karen Walter Goodwin, still more than $ 1 million short of the show's $ 5.5 million capitalization, yesterday threw in…
Tart but with heart, Jenifer Lewis fills the Hudson with her own brand of classy raunch. By the evening's close she more than earns her N.Y. Times-given title, the "Queen of Camp Cabaret."
Portrait artist Ty Wain (Daly) has been poured into an isolated rehab center in Colorado by his financial backers in a last-ditch effort to save their investment. Wain, whose good looks and amoral…
NEW YORK -- Don't expect to see Steve Tesich's new play, "On the Open Road" move to Broadway, or to read about a seven-figure sale of the film rights to Hollywood, though the author of "Breaking…
Clever,""ingenious" and "hilarious" are the adjectives most often applied to the plays of Alan Ayckbourn. They certainly describe his "Intimate Exchanges," which is given a first-rate production at…
Despite ongoing financial woes, the San Diego Rep had a season of critical success, leading all other theaters in the annual awards from the San Diego Theater Critics Circle.
Every musician makes homework tapes, the kind made screwing around in bedrooms, invoking silliness and creating parodies that never see the light of day or another human's tapedeck.
The Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum presentation of "The Kentucky Cycle" received eight nominations including best production from the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle. Runner-up was the CAST…
It certainly didn't seem like a Los Angeles audience.
The Hollywood Hellbelles known as the Screaming Sirens amassed quite a reputation in its six years and more than 15 recordings together, and this "reunion" show proved that these cult heroines were…
While Paul Rudnick was finishing his screenplay for "Addams Family Values" last summer, his New York agent walked his latest play over to the 122-seat WPA Theater, a grungy shoebox under the…