Los Angeles Times
Review: 'Taking Steps' at SCR
The 1979 Alan Ayckbourn work gets a stylish if sluggish revival.
High schoolers take 'The Laramie Project' to Burbank stage
The word 'no' didn't stop these Burroughs High students from their determination...
Review: 'March On, Dream Normal'
The play delves into the war in Iraq and how it affects everyday life in blue-collar America.
Center Theatre Group announces 2008-09 season
Julie White's reprise of her Tony Award-winning performance in "The Little Dog Laughed," the latest...
$250 seats in the cards for Ricky Jay's show
The price for VIP tickets is a high for the Geffen Playhouse and is unusual...
Orange County Register - Theater by Paul Hodgins Blog
Theater critic commits suicide
Chris Page, 29, who until recently wrote theater criticism for the Register’s sister paper, the East Valley Tribune in Arizona, has committed suicide. Page was laid off three weeks ago.
Contra Costa Times
Twists, surprises make Town Hall Theatre's `Baby Be Mine ' sing
"Baby Be Mine" melodious swan song for Town Hall Theatre's artistic director Kevin Morales
Miami Herald - Drama Queen Blog
A classic season
Palm Beach Dramaworks has just spilled the details of its 2008-2009 season, and three of the four plays are by theatrical giants.
Orlando Sentinel - Attention Must Be Paid Blog
On conversations between theaters and audiences
Chad Jones' Theater Dogs Blog
Chicago Tribune - Theater Loop Blog
'First Breeze of Summer': life, and no regrets, in the bones
'A Steady Rain' to end its fall
Broadway Boys Perform Show Tunes With Pop Twist
Leslie Uggams stars in `First Breeze of Summer'
PHOTO CALL: Chita Rivera and George Hearn Pay D.C. a Visit
Blum Is Roger in Broadway's Grease
Broadway Grosses: May 19-25
Gypsy's LuPone, Benanti and Gaines to Perform on "Good Morning America"
Celebutant: Don't You Know Who I Think I Am? to Play Club Café in Boston
Broadway Belter Sengbloh to Makes a Splash June 9
ONSTAGE & BACKSTAGE: A Tale of Two Seths
Epstein, Richards, Feldman and More to Join Riedel for Tony Talk 2008
Acosta, Canavan, Grant, Gottesman and Puzzo to Star in LAB's Penalties & Interest
Casting Announced for Other Side of Newark at NJPAC
League of Professional Theatre Women to Present Awards June 12 at Sardi's
Dilly Joins Streep, Adams and Tucci in "Julie & Julia" Film
Stewart, Downie and Ford-Davies Will Join Tennant in RSC's Hamlet
Freeman to Reprise I'm Every Woman at the Cutting Room June 13
Auberjonois Is Imaginary Invalid in DC June 10-July 27; Baxter Directs
Darragh, Narciso and Weixler Will Play It Safe Off-Broadway
Sydney Pollack, Hollywood Film Director, Is Dead at 73
LaBute's Fat Pig, with Marshall, Page and Webb, Opens in London May 27
Attorney for the Damned Will Play Open-Ended Run at the Kraine
Wong, Warren and Zbornik Will Join Adding Machine's Blair at the Zipper
New European Directive Outlaws Misquotes of Critics
Review: EST Marathon 2008 Series B
Strong entries from Neil LaBute, David Zellnik, Taylor Mac, and Anne Washburn highlight this solid line-up of one-acts.
Review: A Chorus Line
The legendary musical's national tour is likely to delight both old fans and new audiences.
Full Casting Announced for Intiman's Streetcar and Little Dog Laughed
Mathison and Shepherd to Co-Host Daytime Emmy Awards; Hansis, Kerwin, Kitt, Tartaglia Among Nominees
Jonathan Kent to Stage Santa Fe Opera's Marriage of Figaro
Full Cast, Creative Team Set for Prince Music Theater's Jamaica
Canavan, Grant, Puzzo, et al. Cast in LAByrinth's Penalties & Interest
Passing Strange Recording Gets iTunes Release on May 27
Downie, Stewart, Tennant, et al. Set for RSC's Hamlet
FIRST PERSON: David Javerbaum: Dear Tony Voters...
Broadway Grosses: In the Heights Still Climbing; Macbeth Takes Final Bow
Those 13 Tony nominations continue to help the grosses of In the Heights, which climbed above 91% of capacity at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, bringing in $80,000+ over the previous week in the process. Of course, awards aren't everything, as the folks at Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, which jumped
Fierce! Project Runway's Christian Siriano Will Design Whoopi's Tony Gown
Project Runway winner Christian Siriano has his next star-studded assignment: dressing Whoopi Goldberg for her hosting duties at the 2008 Tony Awards. The 22-year-old wunderkind designer showed off sample sketches on a Whoopi paper doll during the May 27 broadcast of ABC's The View.
Review: 'The Internationalist' at Studio Theatre, DC
Review: 'The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore' at Hartford Stage
Review: 'Jersey Boys' in Cincinnati
The Siegel Column: Musical Revivals and Encores!
Review: 'Prisoner of the Crown'
Review: 'The Hiding Place'
Review: 'Taking Steps
Review: 'The Hiding Place'
Review: Two Unrelated Plays by David Mamet
The Times UK
Review: Fat Pig, Trafalgar Studios, London
Bloated prejudice and everyday cruelties exposed in a touching portrait in Neil LaBute's latest offering
Review: Lifecoach, Trafalgar Studios, London
Amy Darcy is wonderfully watchable as she turns from tremulous klutz into confident and capable young woman
Patricia Routledge Dons Crown, Joins WOS Network
New European Directive Outlaws Critical Misquotes
Full Casting Announced for Tennant’s RSC Hamlet
Three Oliver! Boy Stars Confirmed, Nancy Finalists
London Theatre Guide
Bogosian’s SubUrbia staged in Southwark
Eric Bogosian’s gritty drama of small town dreams, SubUrbia, is to be staged by LOST Theatre at the Southwark Playhouse in June.
Rivers celebrates birthday with London show
American comedy icon Joan Rivers will celebrate her 75th birthday by making her London acting debut in a self-penned autobiographical play in September.
National revives War Horse with Sunday schedule
War Horse, the National Theatre’s hit family show of Christmas 2007, is to be revived in autumn 2008, when it will become the first show at the National to feature Sunday performances.