The New York Musical Theatre Festival announced the dates and requirements for two annual competitions for musical theater creators and performers.
In “Ingenious Nature,” at SoHo Playhouse, theatrical MC Baba Brinkman takes a too-scientific look at sex and love, and the result comes across as entirely bitter and one-sided.
Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellan, Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz and Cherry Jones take on classic plays on The Great White Way; Elizabeth Olsen and Julie Taymor tackle Shakespeare Off-Broadway; Norbert Leo Butz leads new Broadway musical offerings.
Director at the Institute of Outdoor Theatre Michael C. Hardy talks about the benefits, challenges, and craft-strengthening aspects of working in the outdoors.
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.
“Other Desert Cities,” Jon Robin Baitz’s latest play, at Center Theatre Group, is comic and plenty political, if overwritten; a couple of key performers fail to hit the bull’s-eye.
Thomas Bradshaw's adaptation of the Book of Job, at the Flea Theater, churns stomachs with its sex and violence. While he stays true enough to the original tale, he loses the faith and humanity behind the story with his attempts to shock.
George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart’s warhorse “You Can’t Take It With You” will likely never be put out to pasture, and the prolific Antaeus Company brings it to a full gallop.
Anthony Warlow has played billionaire Oliver Warbucks Down Under before, but he sees this production as an opportunity to put a different stamp on the role.
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.