Steve Yockey’s wacky “The Fisherman’s Wife,” from Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA, mixes marital dysfunction and magical-sea-creature perversion but isn’t exactly sophisticated.
David Johnston’s “Coney,” a lovingly sunny ode to life along the boardwalk and beach of Coney Island, from Blue Coyote Theater Group, casts an overall glow that charms.
The Fringe show “An Interrogation Primer” is a chilling, thought-provoking stage adaptation of an essay by an American military interrogator about his experiences inIraq.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s “Kong: A Goddamn Thirty-Foot Gorilla,” Adam Hahn’s wonderfully silly, delightfully bare-bones parody from SkyPilot Theatre Co.!
Sebastian Arcelus graces our cover this week, and he chats with Backstage about his roles on Netflix's "House of Cards" and in an adaptation of John Grisham's "A Time to Kill" opening on Broadway Oct. 24.
Caitlin Parrish’s “A Twist of Water,” from Chicago-based Route 66 Theatre Company, is a well-played but conventional father-daughter drama that’s also a salute to the Windy City.
Negotiations between the Philadelphia Theatre Company and IATSE Local 8, whose 27 stagehands are on strike, dissolved today after another round of talks.
Afia Fields’ one-woman show “I’m Dop3!,” at Elephant Studio Theatre, tells the powerful story of the challenges she has faced as the survivor of a deadly house fire.
Heather Hitchens became the executive director of the American Theatre Wing in 2011. The not-for-profit founded the Tony Awards, which will take place on June 9.
“Giving Up Is Hard to Do,” Annie Abbott’s autobiographical solo show at the Victory Theatre Center, mines humor from tragedy but tells a too-familiar tale, limiting its appeal.