In "Maria/Stuart," a modern family is inflicted with animosities loosely borrowed from England's Queen Elizabeth I and her cousin, Mary Queen of Scots, as depicted in German author Friedrich…
Most Broadway shows saw modest increases at the box office last week, getting a Labor Day weekend boost before the upcoming back-to-school downturn.
A David Schwimmer-helmed production of a new Stephen Belber play, "Fault Lines," will kick off Naked Angels' Off Broadway season, taking the place of the recently scuttled staging of Frank Pugliese's…
Politically minded circus troupe Circus Amok will present its latest topical offering, "Sub-Prime Sublime," in an array of Gotham parks in September.
A 1930s play and a new musical comprise the 2008-09 season for Off Broadway's Transport Group.
Puck is turning out to be an unlucky part at Hartford Stage.
The Menier Chocolate Factory's London production of "La Cage aux Folles" will have a West End run in the winter, beginning perfs at the Playhouse Theater in October.
Britain's Mike Leigh is an acknowledged master of the theater of the uncomfortable, with characters often under a microscope in unfortunate moments.
Cate Blanchett's debut season as co-artistic director of the Sydney Theater Company will feature productions helmed by directors Steven Soderbergh and Liv Ullmann and see a repurposing of the…
Had Elle Woods grown up in 1960s Texas before her consciousness was raised, she'd fit right into the ensemble of "Vanities, A New Musical," now in tryout at the Pasadena Playhouse. Keying off Jack…
Edinburgh Fringe director Jon Morgan tendered a surprise resignation on Thursday, just 15 months after stepping in to the position.