For some opera-goers, Richard Strauss' final work for the stage, "Capriccio," is as bubbly and refreshing as the flute of champagne the resplendent Renee Fleming downs at the end of the evening at…
The Metropolitan Opera's live high-def theatrical transmissions -- seen worldwide by more than 920,000 people during the 2007-08 season -- are creating new fans and sparking renewed interest among…
Running Subway, the production company behind Broadway's recurring holiday staging of "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas," will bow a touring Judy Garland concert in Boston later this month.
Scribe Neil Wechsler has picked up the Yale Drama Series Award for his play "Grenadine."
Playwright Hassan Abdulrazzak has scored the 2008 George Devine Award, the annual laurel handed out by London's Royal Court Theater.
Broadway vet Jan Maxwell ("Coram Boy," "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang") toplines the Potomac Theater Project's Off Broadway staging of "Scenes from an Execution," part of a slate of three Potomac…
In an awkward though occasionally rewarding abridged rendering of "An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein," the five-member ensemble's uneven musical talents undermine Silverstein's quirky sense of…
The oft-produced "Fool for Love," Sam Shepard's raw-boned chronicle of an aging rodeo tramp (Jamison Jones) and his ragingly co-dependent sweetheart (Shasta Lusk), grinds forward as a seedy…
On the eve of the Tony Awards, Bartlett Sher -- nominated for his grand Broadway revival of "South Pacific" -- presents the debut of a new play of much more modest aspirations: "Namaste Man."
Whichever version of "Don Carlo" one stages -- Verdi tinkered with it over 20 years in different languages and lengths -- the work exemplifies the term "grand opera." But any bombast that label…
Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen will be back on Broadway in the spring, toplining Michael Jacobs' new play "Impressionism."