Asked by a psychiatrist if she likes history, Lesley Manville's marvelously disdainful Lady Celia Cain replies, "It depends on whose it is." The history Rebecca Lenkiewicz focuses on in "Her Naked…
Off Off Broadway's Flea Theater has nailed down its fall offerings, which begin with "Cato," (Oct. 10-Nov. 2), helmer Jim Simpson's production of Joseph Addison's 1713 play.
New plays by Craig Wright, Stephen Belber and Sheila Callaghan are on tap at Off Broadway's Rattlestick Theater this season.
Two world preems, a U.S. debut and a pair of returning popular shows make up the 2008-09 sked at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn.
Jane Kaczmarek, Kate Burton and John Pankow will top the cast of "The House of Blue Leaves," the first show to play in L.A.'s newly renovated Mark Taper Forum.
Brit film director Ken Russell will make his Gotham stage debut at the helm of the upcoming Off Broadway offering "Mindgame," toplined by Keith Carradine.
It looks like Simon Lee's troubles aren't over yet.
In the program for "Flamingo Court," scribe Luigi Creatore acknowledges that much of the material in these three short plays originated in earlier works he wrote for the Boca Raton Community Theater…
At times, the cold, absurd frustrations of working in the theater can make you feel as if you are trapped in a Kafka play. "The Understudy," a piece about a trio of idiosyncratic theater folk…
Thomas C. Short, president of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees since 1994, has retired and been replaced by IATSE exec Matthew D. Loeb.