Theater reviews and articles from New York, Los Angeles, London, and all around the world.
Shakespeare's Fatman and Robin - er, Hal.
Top-notch supporting performances partially save Daniel Landon's foray into the world of noir.
Leopold and Loeb - the unvarnished truth.
A provocative Judas Iscariot whodunit by Stephen Adly Guirgis.
The play's deliberately fractured action careens between genuinely dramatic intensity and inexplicable weirdness.
This new production of Verdi's Otello at the LA Opera features a smashing Desdemona sung by Christina Gallardo-Domas.
Kiki's frazzled morning slams to a halt when she gets locked in the basement bathroom of a Starbucks.
Abe Lincoln tells his side of things in this masterfully performed one-man play.
An exciting and moving show about Dusty Springfield's life, music, and legend.
A new musical from Ray Cooney, "Master of British Farce."
Patrick Stewart and Rupert Goold's Macbeth has top-notch acting, of course, but also flair and humor and bonechilling thrills.
It spoofs Off-Broadway and the gay club scene, yet it's a delicious entertainment for everyone.
The rise and fall of Paramount Blues, where many of the most important blues records of all time were made.
A harrowing trip into the heart of darkness courtesy of a bag of charms, a rope, and Shelia Dabney's worldly-dark voice.
This polite history of backstage dramatics is given a light-filled, lively production at the Pasadena Playhouse.
This bill of three one-acts based on Ray Bradbury stories seems underdeveloped for dramatic effect.
Still painfully relevant today, Angels in America is a modern masterpiece with an ambitious new revival in Boston.
The ghost of America circa 1979 retains its power to haunt.
From the first Gershwinian piano chords, we know we're in for a roaring good time in this jazzy 1920's tale.
Using puppets and masks, this powerful historical drama fuses crafty stage magic with near-minimalist economy of narrative.