“Bumbug the Musical,” which resets Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” in a modern convenience store, with Scrooge as its Indian-immigrant owner, is a stale holiday cookie.
Graham Douglass talks with guests ranging from Nathan Lane to Adam Pascal to Julia Murney on his new web series.
I have learned many truths since founding Shakespeare Behind Bars in Kentucky in 1995, bringing art, theater, and the works of William Shakespeare into correctional facilities.
Stephen Mo Hanan, an actor deservedly celebrated for his comic work in musicals, stumbles taking on the title role in American Bard Theater Company’s only serviceable “King Lear.”
A charge of long-ago sexual abuse triggers the action of Amy Herzog’s “The Great God Pan,” a moving and unsettling look at the nature of identity, from Playwrights Horizons.
Splendid performances, smooth direction, and Andrea Kuchlewska’s clever script make “Complete,” a parody of self-help cults, a provocative, highly amusing evening in the theater.
Author Nathan Englander makes an auspicious playwriting debut with “The Twenty-Seventh Man,” at the Public Theater with Chip Zien, Ron Rifkin, Daniel Oreskes, and Byron Jennings.
The Sundance Institute is accepting submissions, now through Nov. 15, for its 2013 Theatre Lab, which helps aspiring playwrights develop their work.
Funded by a FordhamUniversity grant, “Panoramania” tries to revive the story of painter John Banvard, but this Fringe show is little more than a research paper set to music.
The Pantages Theatre and Nederlander Organization are inviting local high schools to participate in an actors' showcase that will see the best male and female performers take home $1,000 plus an all-expenses-paid trip to New York.