Australia's most widely produced female playwright, Joanna Murray-Smith, follows her recent West End opener "The Female of the Species" with "Ninety," a much darker portrait of a defunct marriage.
Janeane Garofalo, Patton Oswalt and Bill Bur are among the comics to take the stage at 826LA's Yuk-Fest Wednesday night at the Avalon in Hollywood.
Christine Lahti and Michael Cristofer have stepped in to play a couple questioning their identities in the New York premiere of Lee Blessing's "A Body of Water," for Off Broadway company Primary…
It's chest-beating time at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, which opens its 14th season with a thumping delivery of what it does best: frontal attacks on edgy material about alienated people pushed…
Broadway grosses took a significant tumble last week with the exit of Labor Day weekend tourists, the return of students to school after summer break and the tail end of hurricane weather, which…
The Getty Villa's outdoor presentation of "Agamemnon," part one of the Oresteia trilogy, mightily meets the two main challenges of staging Aeschylus and his Greek brethren for a modern audience.
At the press conference prior to "The Fly" opening, director David Cronenberg went to some length to insist that the Howard Shore opera he was about to direct was far different from the 1986 film he…
Just before her wedding, an Eisenhower-era bride-to-be has issues with her all-in-control intended in this take on "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
Writer-performer Daniel Beaty has attracted a following with "Emergency," his inventive solo performance on the legacy of slavery, in which he played some 40 characters.
Boo! "The King of Shadows" comes knocking a little too early for Halloween, but Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has made his creepy ghost story appropriate for all seasons by dressing it up as Shakespeare.