Lydia R. Diamond’s family drama is moving from stage to screen, with a screenplay adaptation written by the playwright.
There’s potential in Diane Glancy’s “The Bird House,” from Native Voices at the Autry, but predictability and a surfeit of characters curtail the play’s chances of success.
Beowulf Boritt is a Tony Award–nominated scenic designer who has designed sets for “The Scottsboro Boys,” “Grace,” “Chaplin,” “Rock of Ages,” and more. He designed the set for the musical of “Little Miss Sunshine,” which is playing at Manhattan’s Second Stage Theatre.
"Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth," the boxer's solo Broadway show, will tour the country, including a stop in L.A.
In storm’s aftermath, cast and crew members pull together to help each other, make sure the shows go on.
Hoffman's one-woman show "A Chanukah Charol" that her brilliance really shines. Outrageous, eccentric, and oh-so hysterical, Hoffman will have you in stitches.
Stagedoor Manor students will end the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade with Santa and Mrs. Claus this year.
The national tour of Terrence McNally, Marc Shaiman, and Scott Wittman’s musical version of Steven Spielberg’s 2002 film “Catch Me If You Can” soars at the Pantages Theatre.
Cynthia Hopkins tries hard at St. Ann’s Warehouse in the visually arresting “This Clement World,” her new song-cycle extravaganza about climate change, but didacticism trumps art.
Jay Whittaker does skilled and showy work as the hunchback king in Shakespeare’s “Richard III,” at the Old Globe, in director Lindsay Posner’s contemporarily set production.