The setting may be a tasteful silvery gray, but the themes of Henrik Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler" are laid out in black and white in this new version by distinguished Irish playwright Brian Friel.
There is little laudable about "Earth Sucks," an incredulous rock tuner featuring a woefully simplistic book and score by Jonas Oppenheim, generally inadequate perfs by the ensemble and no sense of…
Thirty-four years after its West End premiere, Matthew Warchus' perfectly cast, brilliantly calibrated production confirms Alan Ayckbourn's tragicomic trilogy of middle-class British life, "The…
The word "maverick" has been so thoroughly co-opted as a catchall credential by the Republican presidential campaign that it may be forever tied to that context. But for a true illustration of a…
Seventy-five years ago, critics scoffed but audiences cheered to the sleazily hilarious adventures of the shiftless no-accounts living along Erskine Caldwell's Georgia backwoods "Tobacco Road."
The celluloid version of "Spring Awakening" and Jennifer Lopez's interest in "In the Heights" were among the topics of conversation at "Revival: Broadway's Next Act."
Public office vs. private lives, the right to choose, and a sex scandal threatening to derail political advancement … could a play be more modish?
Philadelphia's Arden Theater Company topped the Barrymore Awards, the Philly area's annual legit kudos.
Thesp Bailey Hanks will move from one blonde princess to another, jumping from Broadway's "Legally Blonde" to Paper Mill Playhouse's fall staging of "High School Musical."
One day in 1956, in a happy accident of history, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash hung out together at the Sun Records Studios in Memphis.
Off Broadway's Second Stage Theater will round out its 2008-09 season with "Everyday Rapture," a new semi-autobiographical stage offering performed and co-written by Sherie Rene Scott and directed by…