Perhaps the highest praise that can be given to Steven Dietz's praiseworthy new comedy is that it's funny. Not ironic. Not hysterical in a slapsticky kind of way.
Few contemporary musicals deliver satisfying dramatic action along with a pop score that stands on its own merits, transcending the jukebox to flesh out characters and a story that do more than pull…
For children who need to get good and terrified this Halloween (and that's most of them), it would be hard to do better than "Hunchback."
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Legit vets Alan Menken, Alan Cumming, Sutton Foster, Paulo Szot and Stew are among the performers set for the spring 2009 lineup of Lincoln Center's American Songbook season.
The National Endowment for the Arts will dole out $280,000 to seven theaters around the country, selected as the first recipients of coin under the NEA's New Play Development Program.
There are no slamming doors -- no doors at all, in fact, on a set that's nothing but six chairs -- but "Love Child" has the two most important elements of a farce: a plot that gets ludicrously…
Often imitated but never equaled, Eppie Lederer's Ann Landers graced America's breakfast tables for almost a half century (1955-2002) with Midwestern folk wisdom and amusingly salty advice, along the…
In 1969, the Odyssey Theater Ensemble's presentation of Bertolt Brecht's early play "A Man's a Man" began the company's extraordinary, award-winning run as one of the most consistently excellent…
Tony Yazbeck, Christian Borle, Leslie Kritzer and Andrea Martin are among the stars of the Encores! semi-staged concert reading of "On the Town."
James McAvoy will topline a West End production of "Three Days of Rain," the 1997 Richard Greenberg play in which Julia Roberts starred on Broadway in 2006.
The idea of connecting the reigns of Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and Vlad the Impaler -- the bloodthirsty inspiration for Dracula -- is an intriguing jumping-off point for a play.