This year's holiday offering from the Troubadour Theater Company, "It's a Stevie Wonderful Life," is amiable and silly fun even if the first act is more miss than hit. Inspired ad-libs from the…
Mary Testa ("Xanadu"), Titus Burgess ("The Little Mermaid") and John Selya ("Movin' Out") are among the cast of the new Rialto staging of "Guys and Dolls."
John Goodman and David Strathairn have signed on for the Roundabout Theater Company's upcoming Broadway revival of "Waiting for Godot."
Visually interesting, but dramatically lame, David Wood's adaptation of Roald Dahl's first children's book, "James and the Giant Peach," is satisfying theater neither for children nor their parents.
With both arms intact, Venus, the Goddess of Love, travels from Olympus to visit dear mortals in order to spread a little beauty, grace and considerable comic abandon in "Cupid and Psyche."
Nothing entertains like murder, except maybe illicit sex. For those unable to choose between the two, there's Red Bull Theater's adroit, opulent staging of Thomas Middleton's scandal-encrusted…
Holiday engagements did gangbusters last week, with limited runs of "White Christmas" and "Liza's at the Palace" stepping up sales significantly in a frame that saw box office at most productions…
It's a Conor McPherson Christmas at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theater, which is presenting not one but two of the Irish writer's yuletide tales of alcoholism and potential redemption.
Add another title to the January exodus on Broadway.
Countless films of recent decades have set out to spin a gently subversive fairy tale with a contemporary edge, but few have succeeded as wildly as "Shrek."
Some of the country's biggest institutions devoted to fostering new works are participating in the Sundance Institute Theater's three-day conference on new play development running Sunday-Tuesday.