The heartwarming tale of a plucky band of women bonding for a good cause in highly unlikely fashion, "Calendar Girls" is "Stepping Out" with no clothes on. Except "Stepping Out" was a play then a…
It's one thing to do justice to a masterpiece. It's quite another to take a rarely performed, rickety piece -- in this case, Chekhov's first full-length play, "Ivanov" -- and reveal it to be a…
Solid but unspectacular, "Forbidden Broadway Goes to Rehab," the final New York installment of the long-running satirical revue, proves why the show has become an institution and why, after 26 years…
First chance to hear Christopher Shinn's latest, "Now or Later," now playing at London's Royal Court Theater, will come during Hartford Stage's "Brand:NEW" play reading series Nov. 6 to 20.
The 12-year-old Jonathan Larson Grants, which honor promising musical theater creatives, will now be administered by the American Theater Wing.
Andrew Lloyd Webber wants to cheer up laid-off Brit bankers by offering free ducats to two of the composer-producer's current West End tuners, "The Sound of Music" and "Joseph and the Amazing…
"West Side Story" has found its Maria. That is, if you believe everything you read in the Argentine press.
An overwrought tuner spoof inspired by a prediction that redheads will be extinct by 2100, "R.R.R.E.D" boasts an unimaginative book that wears out its welcome exhausts its veracity before the end of…
Helen Mirren will return to the National Theater in June to play the title role in Racine's tragedy "Phaedra," one of several new additions to the National's 2008-09 slate announced alongside the…
"Xanadu" will roller skate off into the sunset next month, with the Broadway tuner setting a closing date of Oct. 12.
A musical about Antoine de Saint-Exupery and a new production of "Woyzeck" have been selected for inclusion in the Sundance Institute Theater Lab's annual residency program at Florida's White Oak.