To the uninitiated, Danzig could easily be a more ominous version of Spinal Tap.
Inventive production design, lighting and sound intensify the stark setting of a prison interrogation room. But sight and sound outshine the pretentious writing, geared to attract a politically…
In her one-woman show, which opened to a modestly sized audience Sunday, Lynn Redgrave offers an exceedingly honest, often painful, behind-the-scenes look at what it was like to grow up as the…
The decadence and indulgence of the late 1980s takes center stage in "Search and Destroy" as a second-rate entertainment booker thinks all his problems will be solved if he becomes a movie producer.
Quartet of prominent Los Angeles studio singers has made an annual tradition of grouping for public performances under the name Inner Voices. It must be nice for them to work for a live audience…
Garry Marshall and Lowell Ganz's "Wrong Turn at Lungfish" is sitcom trash of such a low order that it seems destined to repeat the surprise, long-run success of the Promenade Theater's recent tenant…
For "Annie Warbucks," tomorrow just became a lot more than a day away. Producer Karen Walter Goodwin, still more than $ 1 million short of the show's $ 5.5 million capitalization, yesterday threw in…
Tart but with heart, Jenifer Lewis fills the Hudson with her own brand of classy raunch. By the evening's close she more than earns her N.Y. Times-given title, the "Queen of Camp Cabaret."
Portrait artist Ty Wain (Daly) has been poured into an isolated rehab center in Colorado by his financial backers in a last-ditch effort to save their investment. Wain, whose good looks and amoral…
NEW YORK -- Don't expect to see Steve Tesich's new play, "On the Open Road" move to Broadway, or to read about a seven-figure sale of the film rights to Hollywood, though the author of "Breaking…