As an Oscar-winning actor, Tim Robbins has played characters as disparate as a young minor league baseball pitcher ("Bull Durham"), folksinger-turned-corruptician ("Bob Roberts") and blackmailed…
Well, what an experience to go to the theater in the middle of the U.S. financial meltdown and a pre-election where people are calling names, telling lies and slandering one another.
The Tony Awards will inaugurate the Isabelle Stevenson Award next year, with the nod going to a member of the legit community with a notable track record as a volunteer for humanitarian, social…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
London legit success "Waves" gets a Gotham stint next month, playing a baker's dozen of perfs as part of Lincoln Center's New Visions series.
Playwright Stephen Jeffreys' "The Convict's Opera," a wildly ambitious but ill-conceived riff on John Gay's "The Beggar's Opera," features a rag-tag clutch of British convicts bound by ship for…
The latest solo-docu stage outing from Anna Deavere Smith, "The Arizona Project," will bow next month in Phoenix.
Some stage actors are only "discovered" late in their careers. Not Ralph Fiennes. In 1988, just three years after graduating from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (where he'd won prizes for…
The emotional punch of Jeroen Brouwers' wrenching autobiographical novel "Sunken Red" plays second fiddle to directorial mannerisms in its theatrical adaptation, imported to BAM from Belgium with…
Although the plot is somewhat familiar, John Pollono's "Razorback" has wit and compelling characterization to spare.
Even as most road shows have run scared from the distractions of the elections this fall, "Frost/Nixon" has hit the hinterlands early, hoping to capitalize on the current hunger for all things…
The setting may be a tasteful silvery gray, but the themes of Henrik Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler" are laid out in black and white in this new version by distinguished Irish playwright Brian Friel.