That was the impetus for Bobby Gaylor, the former "Prince of Darkness," to switch over the last three months from frank discussions of sex and scatology to family humor, a new twist showcased here to…
SAN FRANCISCO--Re-worked and re choreographed since its initial perf at the Theatre Royal de la Monnaie, Brussels, on March 19, 1991, the Peter Sellars (director)/John Adams (music)/Alice Goodman…
Having already scaled Samuel Beckett's masterpiece "Waiting for Godot," comic Bill Irwin sets his sights on considerably less lofty Beckett in the New York Shakespeare Festival production of "Texts…
NEW YORK--If crowds roaring their appreciation at a final curtain guarantee a long run, Stacy Keach may have found in "Solitary Confinement" his biggest break since he replaced John Wood in…
"Our Country's Good" is a big, meaty play, and watching South Coast Repertory's superb acting company sink its finely sharpened teeth into it is a considerable pleasure. While neither play nor…
Two American shows, "Angels in America" and "Kiss of the Spider Woman," were named the year's best play and best musical, respectively, in the 37th Evening Standard Drama Awards on Tuesday. "Angels…
A new play written and directed by Ingmar Bergman will open Feb. 4 at the Swedish Film Institute. It's called "Sista skrilet," which translates roughly as "The Latest Thing."
Supertenor Placido Domingo and supersoprano Maria Ewing sang up a romantic storm Sunday, in the Los Angeles Music Center Opera's revival of their 1989 production of Puccini's "Tosca."
Say this for Paul McCartney's much-debated "Liverpool Oratorio"-- it is a minor miracle that it exists at all. And judging from its West Coast premiere, the work, flaws and all, is strong enough to…