Presented by Pan Asian Rep and intelligently directed by Ernest Abuba, this exquisitely acted play about Alberto Giacometti is entrancing despite Alvin Eng’s heavy-handed script.
Long Beach Playhouse has a disaster on its hands with David Lindsay-Abaire’s first play, “Fuddy Meers,” a Christopher Durang–like comedy that stubbornly refuses to come to life.
Bethany Knox of Telsey + Company is casting the project, which runs March 10-April 12 in New York City.
Aléna Watters, a Broadway actor who is featured in Stephanie Riggs’ new documentary “The Standbys,” offers her advice for Broadway understudies.
Working in the theater means knowing Shakespeare. The free Shakespeare app for iOS devices gives you a complete reference guide to the Bard’s works.
“Hot Mess in Manhattan,” a “Sex and the City”–inspired one-act musical by Cait and Meggie Doyle that’s part of the Araca Project, shows promise and has a sweet but cheeky spirit.
Writer-performer Steven Strafford’s “Methtacular!” breaks no new ground in the genre of drug-addiction narratives but still feels fresh and funny, thanks to his charming presence and musical comedy style.
Despite tour de force work from Gardner Reed and Edwin Cahill, P.H. Lin’s “Zelda at the Oasis,” a two-hander about F. Scott Fitzgerald’s bipolar wife, doesn’t jell or persuade.
A romantic moment between two male leads and the addition of brief male nudity derail the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center’s fall production of “Deathtrap,” after playwright Ira Levin's estate revokes the rights.
One of the creators of STOMP, Luke Cresswell, discusses how they keep the percussion show fresh for audiences after 20 years.