At a forum on diversity stages hosted by East West players, the artistic directors of L.A.'s leading theater companies couldn’t reach a consensus about expanding opportunities for minority actors.
Chris Mulkey as a boor-turned-sage and Kathy Baker as his new horizons–seeking wife are better than their material in Joanna Murray-Smith’s “The Gift,” at the Geffen Playhouse.
The Public Theater will host a free block party this Saturday in honor of the completion of its revitalization project.
Musicals Tonight! gives the Betty Comden–Adolph Green–Jule Styne flop “Fade Out–Fade In” the old college try, but this creaky 1964 Carol Burnett vehicle is a tough nut to crack.
The Theatre Development Fund, best known for operating the TKTS Discount Booths, has developed an online theater dictionary that launched today.
Regina Taylor, the playwright-director behind the Goodman Theatre’s “stop. reset.” has set out to question the way technology shapes our lives and identities today.
Here's a sneak peak of the story, which will be on newsstands and online tomorrow. Cannavale shares his first stage experiences and what he learned from them.
Adam Blanshay heads up the theatrical division of the famed comedy festival, which is currently producing "old Times" on London's West End.
National Asian American Theatre Company’s surrealistic adaptation of August Strindberg’s depressing 1907 “A Dream Play” leavens its negativity with visual treats and snappy humor.
Tony-award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell calls Philip Seymour Hoffman's performance in, "Death of a Salesman," 'brilliant.'