Like an old-time mellerdrammer, South Coast Rep's "The Heiress" covets -- and receives -- curtain-call cheers for the heroine and boos for the dastards that done her wrong.
Stamford Theater Works, the Equity theater offering Off Broadway fare to its Connecticut auds, is bringing down the curtain after 20 years.
A bombmaker in a basement couldn't have concocted a more ominous recipe for political and personal tragedy than the one that churns though William Mastrosimone's "Dirty Business."
It should be catnip for theater buffs to experience so much Sophocles at once, savoring the overlapping themes and actions in his work, but no amount of academic interest can overcome the…
Once again, Mike Daisey has proven himself that rare theatrical creature: An entertaining performer with something valuable to say.
Center Theater Group's "Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo" has been chosen by the National Endowment for the Arts as one of the inaugural selections in its NEA New Play Development Program.
"Licensed to confuse!" says English reporter Liz Hunt of the new James Bond movie "Quantum of Solace." But she goes on to tell us that the London opening was positive for "the omnipotence of Daniel…
Poor Linda Lovelace's unique saga -- '70s sexual-excess poster-child turned living witness for the antiporn backlash -- is told with dogged literalness in the through-sung "Lovelace a Rock Opera,"…
Broadway sales slipped last week -- and, perhaps more worryingly, so did attendance when compared with recent years.
The Royal Exchange Theater, Manchester, emerged as the biggest winner at the 2008 Theatrical Management Assn. Theater Awards, announced Sunday at London's Hampstead Theater.
Joseph Stein, Tracy Letts, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Craig Lucas are among the recipients of this year's Dramatists Guild awards, to be handed out next month.
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