“Shaheed: The Dream and Death of Benazir Bhutto,” writer-performer Anna Khaja’s engrossing solo show at Culture Project, examines the Pakistani prime minister’s assassination.
A Noise Within’s production of Frank Galati’s Tony Award–winning adaptation of Nobel laureate John Steinbeck’s Pulitzer Prize–winning 1939 novel “The Grapes of Wrath” is a stunner.
“When You’re in Love, the Whole World Is Jewish,” derived from 1960s Jewish comedy albums and directed by Jason Alexander, is mostly a long, repetitive list of stereotypical jokes.
Penny Jackson’s provocative “I Know What Boys Want,” from Ego Actus, spurs a dialogue about the dangers of the Internet; led by a fiery Sara Hogrefe, the young cast impresses.
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.
“Einstein on the Beach,” Robert Wilson, Philip Glass, and Lucinda Childs’ 1976 mystifying avant-garde operatic masterpiece, returns to BAM more polished and effective than ever.
Sara Fousekis, the USC School of Dramatic Arts’ new director of development, shares her secrets of successful fundraising.
Director Anne Bogart and SITI Company fail to bring the necessary drive and energy to “Trojan Women (After Euripides),” at BAM, yielding a staid and artificial production.
We caught up with the cast of "The Performers" at the show's meet and greet. Cheyenne Jackson, Ari Graynor, Jenni Barber, and Alicia Silverstone share their porn star names, while Henry Winkler enthusiastically motivates young actors.
"Love's Labour's Lost" star Rebecca Naomi Jones talks about working hard, networking, and getting typed as an actor.