Rogue Artists Ensemble has pulled out all of the design stops for “Songs of Bilitis,” a muddled pastiche of words, imagery, music, and movement at Bootleg Theater short on story.
Probably a must for Sondheim fans who have never seen this one-act, dialogue-free, “outtakes” musical, but a lesser reminder for those of us who have.
Theatre Buddies, a new dating website, connects single theatergoers with a possible plus one.
Carrie Coon, who plays Honey in the Broadway revival of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, calls Gary Oldman's performance in "Sid and Nancy" " ... so out there."
Richard Horvitz gives an amusing performance as misfit little boy Jeffrey in Theatre 40’s two-hander about etiquette school in the ‘60s, but the show misses several opportunities for laughs.
Quvenzhane Wallis—the youngest Oscar nominee ever for “Beasts of the Southern Wild”—just landed one of the most iconic roles for young girls: Annie. The title role in the film remake of the classic tale, produced by Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, was originall set with Willow Smith, but ...
Musicals Tonight! gives the Betty Comden–Adolph Green–Jule Styne flop “Fade Out–Fade In” the old college try, but this creaky 1964 Carol Burnett vehicle is a tough nut to crack.
Shuler Hensley sat down with Backstage to talk about musical theater, classical training, and handling perceptions as an actor.
The 2005 Broadway musical adaptation of “Little Women” has a ho-hum score, but its emotive text and lyrics make for a heartfelt, period-accurate staging at Chance Theater.
The Creative Collection’s production of Craig Wright’s “Orange Flower Water,” which depicts the shattering effect of adultery on families, is diminished by a few weak performances.