Nick Enright won the major award at this year's Australian Writers' Guild Awards for his theater education play "A Property of the Clan."
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…
"When I speak, it's with my soul," sings the faded yet defiant silent film star Norma Desmond (Patti LuPone) early in "Sunset Boulevard," Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical of Billy Wilder's 1950 movie…
In what will surely go down as one of 1993's best club shows in L.A., former Replacements leader Paul Westerberg brought his first solo road show to the steaming, over-filled, loud Whisky. And while…
It's clear why stage companies are still turning to Peter Shaffer's "Equus" 20 years after its premiere. This stylized drama is not only a showpiece for a tightly knit ensemble of talented actors…
Tuna, Texas, came to life in 1982 in "Greater Tuna," where writer/actors Jaston Williams and Joe Sears performed 17 characters with more than 140 costume changes to lance the Moral Majority. In the…
The Nederlander Organization reportedly has acquired the Biltmore Theater, one of the last classic Broadway houses to have been independently owned.
You have to give Dame Kiri Te Kanawa a lot of credit. She attempted the impossible -- to convert the vast open spaces of the Greek Theater into an intimate recital hall. And she almost succeeded.