The play of the movie of the book
Granta brings the U.K. to NY
John Osborne's British classic faces an American audience again
We ask theater writers to name their pick
David Leveaux's new production does Tom Stoppard's play no favors
We've already seen Mamie Gummer in plays, movies, and TV shows. But her 24-year-old sister Grace Gummer is relatively new to me, so I was curious to see her in a suporting role in the new revival of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia. And she's good! Grace has her mother's (and sister's) face, but her ... More >>
Keen Company presents Heroes
credit: Joan Marcus It's nice to know that the meltdown of the world economy is not preventing George Soros from enjoying classic Russian theater. The international financier was just one of a surprising number of notables taking in Wednesday night's opening of the Sam Mendes-directed The Cherry O ... More >>
The Bridge Project joins talents from the U.S. and UK
The Voice chats with the U.K.'s leading critic
Never So Good, Rapunzel, Roy Williamss Baby Girl
Despite the fine Lisa Emery, a bio-play fails to capture the iconic Martha Gellhorn
NBC paid nearly $1 billion to broadcast from Beijing, but the stain of Darfur won't go away from these games
The twist is "shout!" in Stoppard's new Rock 'n' Roll
Yet another Rhode trip. Then it's back to Manhattan for cock tales.
Stoppard's Utopia trilogy is complete. But is there one evening of drama in it?
Macbeth and Ubu Roi combust
Two-thirds unveiled, The Coast of Utopia still hasn't reached full clarity
Tom Stoppard's three-part drama rides Russia's runaway troika; Durango takes immigrant America on the road
Turning choice Greek scraps into leftover surprise
The end of the beginning: Lucas's adolescent space opera concludes in a CGI Sith Storm
Deconstructing top comic properties Batman and Superman
No more media softballing: London stages offer sharp rebukes to Blair and Bush
Can the Broadway Revival of Everyone's Favorite Jewish Musical Ignore Today's Radically Different Cultural Context?
We're Henry IV, We Are, We Are: The Plays, in Brooklyn and Manhattan, Are the Things
Tom Stoppard's 1995 Play Finally Sees a New York City Premiere, Courtesy of Alter Ego
The Expanding Role of Theater Sound Design
Stoppard in the Name of Love, Revolution, and More
The People Speak! Thirty-Four NYC Theater Types Pick Their Favorite Shows of the 20002001 Off-Broadway Season.
Taking Note of Marginalia
Lifes Full of Drama; Too Bad the Stage Isnt
Tina Brown Gets a Buzz Cut
London Theater Goes a Bit Crumby