Wendy MacLeod's “The Water Children” tackles the complex issue of abortion with wit and compassion in a sharp production from new theater company Goodly Rotten Apple Productions.
Michael McGrath, who won a 2012 Tony Award for his performance in "Nice Work If You Can Get It," is still amazed by Len Cariou's performance in "Sweeney Todd."
With a stellar Sanaa Lathan in the title role, the L.A. premiere of “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark,” Lynn Nottage’s satire of racial identity in the Hollywood studio system, is an enjoyable fusion of comedy and comment, at least until polemic overtakes the proceedings.
Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith and Columbia University have created a new theater prize to honor the best new play or musical inspired by American history.
Sara Fousekis, the USC School of Dramatic Arts’ new director of development, shares her secrets of successful fundraising.
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.
Though it’s atmospherically rich and solidly performed, Adam Rapp’s new play set in a war-ravaged New York ultimately sags under an excess of exposition.
Brian Friel's "Lovers" is a typically depressing Irish play about two couples on the brink of new relationships in a well-staged, though ultimately boring, production by director Drew Barr for The Actors Company Theatre.
Non-profit theater company Page 73 Productions announced the 2013 semi-finalists for their developmental programs and an increase in their annual Fellowship grant.
Graham Douglass talks with guests ranging from Nathan Lane to Adam Pascal to Julia Murney on his new web series.