Theater Tribe in North Hollywood has done a smashing job on Martin McDonagh's "A Skull in Connemara" -- appropriately enough, since smashing heads (both living and dead varieties) is one of its…
Will Ferrell proved one of the few bright spots of the Broadway box office last week, which saw sales at almost every production fall in the January chill.
Brian Friel's achingly beautiful 1979 play about the disintegration of Ireland's gentry, "Aristocrats," is so Chekhovian, you keep expecting his distinguished family to put down the whiskey bottle…
Roger O. Hirson and Stephen Schwartz's 1972 "Pippin" meshes nicely with Deaf West Theater's performance style, though it falls well short of the company's "Big River," which sailed from the Mark…
Marc Shaiman's online tuner "Prop 8 -- The Musical" gets a Broadway bow next month as part of "Defying Inequality: The Broadway Concert."
A workshop staging of a new musical version of "The Hudsucker Proxy," a tuner from Douglas Carter Beane and a new play by Claudia Shear are among the offerings of the 2009-10 season at La Jolla…
"Thriller" is prepping to thrill legit auds.
"Rooms: A Rock Romance," a new tuner from Paul Scott Goodman ("Bright Lights Big City"), will bow Off Broadway next month at New World Stages.
Roundabout Theater Company has added two more Broadway productions to its lineup for the 2009-10 season, with the first Rialto revival of the 1960 musical "Bye Bye Birdie," about an Elvis-style…
You really had to be there -- at a country house in 1935, when the era's Olympian elites, the Bloomsbury group, performed Virginia Woolf's one and only play, "Freshwater," for their private amusement.
Using a disappointingly blunt new adaptation by Christopher Shinn, this is a production so doused in glum eccentricities that Ibsen's terminally bored neurotic has already reached the apex of her…