Open Fist Theatre Company pairs two Horton Foote one-acts to create “Foote Notes,” and these intimate, flavorful works get a powerful, on-target staging from director Scott Paulin.
Ben Hill founded the Hollywood Fringe Festival (and designed the website), which runs June 5–30 (including previews) at venues around Hollywood.
The show must go on, but for theatergoers at Broadway shows, the show will go on at a discount.
Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s brilliant translation of Henrik Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People” receives an expert production directed by Doug Hughes, with an astounding ensemble led by Boyd Gaines and Richard Thomas.
At Soho Rep, Jackie Sibblies Drury’s “We Are Proud to Present a Presentation…,” about Germany’s virtual extermination of the Herero people of Namibia, is pulse-pounding theater.
Pasadena Playhouse’s sparkling production of “Fallen Angels,” Noël Coward’s 1925 farce about the lure of lustful sex, has expert direction and outrageously hilarious performances.
The 67th Annual Tony Awards will return to Radio City Music Hall. Nominees will be announced April 30.
Arthur Phillips’ problematic “The Tragedy of King Arthur by William Shakespeare,” from the Guerrilla Shakespeare Project, based on his own novel, posits the discovery of a lost work.
Clayton chatted with Backstage about working with Falco, discovering his acting passion, starting his own theater company and gaining professional status as an actor.
"Southern Discomfort" evolved out of my desire to explore a humorous, tragic, and honest vision of the South I grew up in and the fascinating people who inhabit it.