Pete Townshend had never toured North America on his own until this summer, and he seemed determined to make up for lost time. For three hours at the Wiltern, the 48-year-old rock star flogged…
The sudden death of R. Tyler Gatchell on July 1 at age 50 stunned the theater industry and left a huge gap in Gatchell & Neufeld Ltd., one of Broadway's most enduring and respected partnerships. In…
A bitter, monthlong standoff between two nonprofit theaters over one of New York's ungainliest theater spaces heated up again Wednesday as the American Jewish Theater company was granted access to…
Tickets for the U.S. premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Sunset Boulevard" will go on sale at 6 p.m. Sunday, four months before the show is due to open in Los Angeles at the Shubert Theatre.
One of the many highlights of Peter Gabriel's 1986 American tour was when the singer fell into the outstretched arms of the audience, literally putting his life in the crowd's hands. In the summer of…
Just as one needn't be Jewish to enjoy that particular brand of rye bread, one needn't be a lesbian to enjoy the humor of Kate Clinton. One of the first openly gay women to make it big on the standup…
Diverse and engaging monologues, involving five men and one woman, come to life through grisly newspaper headlines. The characters are not connected by class, race, sexual preference or HIV status…
Award-winning composer Henry Mancini celebrated 30 years' worth of musical memories Friday and Saturday at the Hollywood Bowl, accompanied by the Los Angeles Philharmonic. The pleasant-enough evening…
Tennessee Williams' timeless play shines yet again with powerful lead actors, colorful supporting players and inventive staging.
Nick Enright won the major award at this year's Australian Writers' Guild Awards for his theater education play "A Property of the Clan."