As a follow-up to "St. Joan," the National Actors Theater's most ambitious and successful production since the company bowed last season, the troupe has down-scaled its aspirations and settled on a…
From the fast opening number, whose lyrics justify resetting Shakespeare's comedy in the Roaring '20s, to the closing conga line, West Coast Ensemble's musicalization is enigmatic but entertaining.
The King of erotic funk slammed into the Universal Amphitheatre Thursday for the start of a three-day stint. There was plenty of glitz and glam, and when the sparks settled, Prince again proved that…
The American musical "Crazy for You" and the American urban drama "Six Degrees of Separation" won top honors Sunday at the Laurence Olivier awards.
The New Harmony Project, established to help develop the materials of writers , has announced participants in the 1993 conference/laboratory.
Roseanne and Tom Arnold, striking a more conciliatory pose, issued a statement Thursday saying their William Morris Agency reps remain in discussions with ABC "and we are hopeful everything will be…
Sam Shepard meets Thomas Berger in Tina Howe's new comedy, an offbeat, sometimes ferociously funny collision of two married couples and a long-absent friend set around an intimate dinner party.
Neil Simon's dramatic comedy about the combustible friction between creativity and reality, between artistic expression and intimacy, and between love and loss, buries the popular misconception of…
Despite the considerable talents of the performers, "Deb & Dan's Show" suffers from its material. Never delving any deeper than the surface in any of their sketches, the pair exhaust the comic…
In this era of civil unrest, Jeff Wayne is a hilarious one-man riot. In his stage performance as Big Daddy, he manages to ridicule and lampoon virtually every politically correct idea, group or trend…