United Solo Festival celebrated the completion of its longest festival to date Nov. 23 with its award ceremony. Running 10 weeks, from Sept. 18–Nov. 23, the festival played host to 130 productions in its fifth year.
Victoria Clark is mostly known for her work in musicals like “Sister Act” and “The Light in the Piazza,” for which she won a Tony. But now she is fulfilling her dream of acting in a play on Broadway with Sharr White’s “The Snow Geese,” currently running at the ...
Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph’s heated two-hander “The North Pool” explores our preconceptions of others in the Vineyard’s well-acted, generally well-paced production.
The insidious residue of apartheid turns up the heat in Yael Farber’s adaptation at St. Ann’s Warehouse of August Strindberg’s “Miss Julie,” relocated to present-day South Africa.
In its breathtaking L.A. premiere at REDCAT, Elevator Repair Service’s “Gatz,” a marathon embodiment of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby,” is a watershed theatrical event.
“Son of a Gun,” Firebone Theatre’s melodramatic musical about a son and his father, boasts mellifluous melodies by Don Chaffer but his book and lyrics come across as contrived.
“Reid Farrington’s A Christmas Carol” is a stylish and funny remix of Dickens’ classic, with Everett Quinton’s Scrooge haunted by the digital ghosts of nearly 40 film versions.
Comedian Desiree Burch’s powerful “Tar Baby” puts race at the center of a grotesque and fantastic sideshow that is much more than just a comic riff on the black experience.
Gary Lennon’s “A Family Thing,” about a trio of troubled brothers, from Echo Theater Company, relies too heavily on clichés and stereotypes, giving the actors little to work with.
Broadway actors Mo Brady and Nikka Graff Lanzarone share about their new podcast, The Ensemblist.