Willy Russell's musical opens with the bodies of two brothers sprawled in death before a gathering crowd as a mother sings, "Tell me it's not true, tell me it's just a story," leaving "Blood…
Esa-Pekka Salonen's pin-point conducting and a series of vibrant performances by the members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group once again proved that the most interesting survey of 20th…
Although written nearly a century ago and rarely produced, Maxim Gorky's "Barbarians" remains fresh and vivid in this staging. Incorporating 23 characters in as many colorful portraits as a Dickens…
Sir John Gielgud and a German theatrical company made stage history Friday, speaking Shakespeare's words in the partly rebuilt Globe Theater nearly four centuries after the Bard performed his work…
Faced with debt of more than $ 1 million, Long Beach Civic Light Opera directors have decided to reorganize the non-profit theater's operations and cut from the top.
"The Who's Tommy" is the latest musical work to be dusted off and receive a rousing '90s tuneup. Like last year's "Guys and Dolls" and "Crazy for You," it's going to pack them in for a long time…
A theater-community charity that has raised more than $7 million to battle AIDS will receive a special Tony Award.
Life has come full circle for Del Shores, the Texan actor-cum-writer who wrote a hit play six years ago and ended up reeling in Hollywood offers that most only dream about.