Dave Malloy’s “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812,” beautifully staged by Rachel Chavkin, drags slightly but offers an insightful musical adaptation of Tolstoy’s “War and Peace.”
Tony Award winner Tyne Daly and producers Jamie deRoy and Ted Snowdon will be honored at Primary Stages' annual gala.
Laura Motta and Aileen McKenna of The Craptacular share the latest gossip! "Les Misérables" movie film stars may be making their debut in the West End version of the musical, and one may also be joining Anne Hathaway at Joe's Pub.
"Chaplin" is launching an Instagram look-alike contest to find the lucky fan who most resembles the Little Tramp.
Julian Sands’ “A Celebration of Harold Pinter,” now at the Irish Rep in a production directed by John Malkovich, winningly remembers the human side of the Nobel Prize–winning author.
Kathryn Walat’s “Creation,” a contemporary meditation on the schism between science and soul at the Theatre @ Boston Court, has a vivid perspective and standout performances.
A Q&A with Robert Simonson, author of "Performance of the Century: 100 Years of Actors Equity Association and the Rise of Professional American Theater.”
Novelist Sonia Levitin’s “Surviving Mama,” at Edgemar Center for the Arts, is a well-meaning memory play in dire need of a script doctor to turn it into viable dramatic literature.
Circle X Theatre Co’s. world-premiere musical “Bad Apples, which examines the Abu Ghraib torture scandal, has a memorable score and a fine cast but needs considerable editing.
How to get out of the head and into the body.