Tarrell Alvin McCraney’s “In the Red and Brown Water” get its L.A. premiere courtesy of Fountain Theatre in director Shirley Jo Finney’s fluid, highly charged production.
Writer-performer Steven Strafford’s “Methtacular!” breaks no new ground in the genre of drug-addiction narratives but still feels fresh and funny, thanks to his charming presence and musical comedy style.
Three years after it closed in New York, the long-running Off-Broadway revue “Forbidden Broadway” is making a comeback. The newest edition, which parodies past and present Broadway musicals, opens Sept. 6 for a limited run.
Emmy-nominated actor John Stamos, who appeared along side James Earl Jones in "Gore Vidal's The Best Man," says Jones' performance in "Fences" gave him goose-bumps.
Betsy Wolfe discusses how she's learned to trust her instincts in Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."
Bruce Graham’s “The Outgoing Tide” is a poignant family drama, given an estimable if imperfect production with Michael Learned and Peter Strauss as a long-married couple facing Alzheimer’s.
Roundabout Theatre Company’s “Cyrano de Bergerac” features a bracingly fresh title turn from Douglas Hodge in director Jamie Lloyd’s tart reconsideration of this romantic classic.
Starring Carolee Carmello, Gifford’s new musical, “Scandalous,” re-creates the life of legendary preacher Aimee Semple McPherson.
It’s hard to fathom how Manhattan Theatre Club allowed Liz Flahive’s undercooked comedy-drama “The Madrid,” starring Edie Falco, to get all the way to City Center’s downstairs stage.
In Daniel Sullivan’s unevenly directed revival of David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize–winning “Glengarry Glen Ross,” Al Pacino entertains but makes a miscalculation fatal to the play.