Unheralded and unexpected comes Dublin's holiday gift to musical theater. "Improbable Frequency" is improbable, all right; one-half "Travesties," one-third "The Threepenny Opera" and one-quarter "Get…
The Black Monk," Wendy Kesselman's dark and dainty musical about a young painter who goes gracefully mad in his little house by the sea, is just the ticket for small art venues with refined tastes.
A play as insignificant and untidy as its title, Billy Goda's "Dust" squanders its A-list cast and crew on an astonishingly lazy narrative that wouldn't fill out a "Law and Order" episode without…
Barbra Streisand is the first female director to receive a Kennedy Center Honor, but she's not the first actor-director.
Move over Scrooge and make room for Abraham Lincoln -- and Walt Whitman, Clara Barton, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant, to name but a few of the four-score-and-more…
Disney on Broadway's Kids Go Free! initiative seems to be working.
Kathleen Marshall ("The Pajama Game") and Mary B. Robinson have been elected officers of the legit helmers' union Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers.
Christopher Fitzgerald, Rachel Dratch and George Wendt are among the cast of "Minsky's," the new tuner that bows at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles early next year.
The ill-fated Broadway revival of "American Buffalo" will not be eligible for Tony nominations due to the short length of its run, according to a decision issued by the Tony Awards Administration…
Jane Fonda starrer "33 Variations" has booked the Eugene O'Neill Theater for its Broadway run.
When I saw Twyla Tharp's ballet "Sinatra Suites," I thought, "Well, this is the most brilliant thing I've ever seen in my life."
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