"Gustafer Yellowgold's Mellow Sensation" calls itself a "multimedia concert of live songs, stories and animation." That description is as good as any for this unclassifiable but entertaining kidshow…
Question: How can you make a dated play interesting? Answer: Feed it to the Mint Machine.
Oscar-winning movie title plus Hollywood hearththrob: What better way to wake up the West End while cashing in on audience recognition? That, at least, was the theory behind this staging of "Rain…
Composer-lyricist Dolly Parton's theatrical debut, "9 to 5: The Musical," qualifies as what folks call "a fun show": rarely any less, but at this point rarely more.
Off Broadway docu-theater troupe the Civilians will begin work this fall on "Brooklyn at Eye Level," a new show about the gentrification of the New York City borough.
Carla Gugino and Pablo Schreiber will join the previously announced Brian Dennehy in a production of "Desire Under the Elms" at the Goodman Theater in Chicago.
Broadway tuner "[title of show]" will shutter Oct. 12. Meanwhile, co-creators and stars Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell have been ruled eligible for lead actor noms.
The gorgeous garden of the Bernstein score has been cultivated with humor and intelligence: no cutesiness, no compromises -- it's long, it's demanding but it's fine. And for a production without a…
Playwright Itamar Moses ("The Four of Us") graduated from Berkeley High in 1994, the setting for this juicy if ultimately unsatisfying drama.
The Goodman Theater isn't calling the tuner "The Turn of the Century" a Broadway tryout. But with a book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, producer Elizabeth I. McCann attached, director Tommy…