It's hardly Shakespeare's most coherent or elegant text, but "Timon of Athens" emerges as a play for today in Lucy Bailey's strikingly imaginative production for the Globe. A mixture of satire and…
Just as one ``American Idol'' alum leaves the Broadway revival of ``Grease,'' another takes his place.
Just after the New York Fringe Fest capped off its 2008 edition Sunday night with an awards ceremony, a handful of winning offerings plus a few others were pegged for encore runs beginning this…
Port Au Prince-born scripter Yves Lola St. Vil has culled her Brooklyn upbringing, fashioning an unwieldy, but often compelling glimpse into the challenged lives of locals whose main refuge is their…
Willy Russell's venerable intellectual comedy "Educating Rita," featuring an alcoholic poet manque and a sassy hairdresser hungry for learning, ought to be a duet for cello and flute. The Colony…
Broadway biz fell off last week in the annual late-August slowdown, which usually precedes the sometimes precipitous post-Labor Day dropoff.
Perhaps no show could live up to the weight of expectations. The prospect of a National Theater of Scotland collaboration with David Harrower was impossibly tantalizing.
Premiering in the Edinburgh Intl. Festival before a major U.K. tour, "Dorian Gray" is a slick, chic crowd-pleaser -- as skin-deep as the culture it satirizes.
"Vanities," the new musical about three decades of friendship among a trio of Texas gals, has set a February start date for performances on Broadway, following its current tryout run at the Pasadena…
Jason Biggs, Rhys Coiro and Peter Scanavino will play the college buddies of the title in Second Stage Theater's 20th-anniversary production of Howard Korder's comedy "Boys' Life," beginning previews…
The Korean physical-theater team behind martial-arts show "Jump" will return to Off Broadway's Union Square Theater this season with the extreme dance comedy spectacle "Break Out," beginning…