The oft-produced "Fool for Love," Sam Shepard's raw-boned chronicle of an aging rodeo tramp (Jamison Jones) and his ragingly co-dependent sweetheart (Shasta Lusk), grinds forward as a seedy…
On the eve of the Tony Awards, Bartlett Sher -- nominated for his grand Broadway revival of "South Pacific" -- presents the debut of a new play of much more modest aspirations: "Namaste Man."
Whichever version of "Don Carlo" one stages -- Verdi tinkered with it over 20 years in different languages and lengths -- the work exemplifies the term "grand opera." But any bombast that label…
Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen will be back on Broadway in the spring, toplining Michael Jacobs' new play "Impressionism."
Physician, please don't heal thyself. Thesp Brad Frazier's wide-eyed, neurotic psychologist saves the day in scientist-cum-playwright Carl Djerassi's confused noir pastiche "Three on a Couch," a…
In a break from Tonycast tradition, eleven of the season's new tuners will perform Sunday during the 62nd annual Tony Awards ceremony.
Estelle Parsons will join the cast of "August: Osage County" June 17 in the key role of pill-popping, poison-tongued matriarch Violet Weston.
Seeking to capitalize on the show's popularity with women over 40, the producers of "A Catered Affair" will add a fourth weekly matinee on Thursdays starting July 3, replacing the Wednesday evening…
"November," won't make it to election day. David Mamet's comedy about an unscrupulous U.S. president angling to remain in the White House for another term despite rock-bottom approval ratings will…
Four lives pivot off a pair of violent episodes in "Finally," Stephen Belber's intense, "Rashomon"-inspired one-hander receiving its West Coast premiere eight years after it debuted.
That man-eating plant is back again, this time taking root on a Garden State stage. Despite its outrageously vulgar concept, "Little Shop of Horrors" remains an amusing satire. The Paper Mill…