Scripter David Rambo has fashioned a theatrically clever but thematically simplistic three-hander, perusing the twisted path two sibling baby boomers travel as they deal with their widowed mother's…
The July 2005 London bombings may not have had the same physical and emotional impact as 9/11, but it was a moment when the British capital took a similar intake of breath.
How do you solve a problem like a career? Connie Fisher was the world's first TV-voted talent to star in a musical, but now that she's finished her well-received resulting West End stint as Maria in…
In previous Edinburgh Fringe successes "Particularly in the Heartland," "A Thousand Natural Shocks" and "Give Up! Start Over!", Gotham's the TEAM has proved itself a brilliant chronicler of the chaos…
Instead of its typical bleak landscape, helmer Anders Cato's production of Samuel Beckett's famous waiting game is set in a bright, white box of a set, turning Vladimir and Estragon's world clinical…
Zinnie Harris couldn't have wished for better timing. As Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic faces a pre-trial hearing before the war crimes tribunal in the Hague, where he must answer charges of…
Whether they end poorly or well, relationships always leave a mark, like a new memory etching a groove into our brains. That's a familiar idea, but Rajiv Joseph makes it feel fresh.
Tragedy is the unwanted gift that keeps on giving. Those touched by it are never completely the same; some victims try to heal or repress their feelings, but others can't get over their loss and…
Jujamcyn Theaters has launched a ticket initiative that puts a higher pricetag on some aisle seats at three Broadway shows.
The concept of a musical based on Chekhov's "The Seagull" may seem like the very definition of a misbegotten idea, but the world premiere of "Gulls" at the Boston Court Performing Arts Center does…