Lucky Davis (Tom Bower), a magician and paraplegic, rolls his wheelchair and roadside philosophy over to the trailer of Estelle del Monte (O-Lan Jones), a coquettish singer and guitarist whose…
Inspired thematically by the 19th-century Gericault painting that hangs in the Louvre, Joe Pintauro's one-act play balances a desperate dimension of pathos and the unapologetic coarseness of street…
The Wilsons -- who introduce themselves to the audience sitcom-style, smiling as an inane theme song tinkles in the background -- could be thought of as a shadow version of "The Brady Bunch." Bob and…
If the title of Bon Jovi's latest album on Mercury, "Keep the Faith," was any more appropriate, one might think that the Jersey quintet had been keeping time with Jeanne Dixon.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's unabashedly romantic tale of the intrigues of love has many touching and even some thrilling moments. However, the tender intricacies of this small story are often lost in the…
George C. Wolfe will be handed the reins of the New York Shakespeare Festival, if a management turnover is approved by the theater's trustees at a board meeting today. Actor Kevin Kline also is…
The L.A. Opera and L.A. Festival both have received substantial challenge grants from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has reached an agreement with Horned Toad Prods., settling a labor dispute on the set of "Joshua Tree."
From the unlikeliest sources, musicals spring. Who would have predicted that newcomers Jeffrey Lunden (composer) and Arthur Perlman (writer), would spin such a moving, pristine chamber musical from…
Outstanding performances, strong dramatic conflict and powerful prose make this skillfully paced production of "Flesh and Blood" an entertaining and educational exploration of homophobia, safe sex…