The British scribe, known largely stateside for ‘One Man, Two Guvnors,’ discusses his career, the British monarchy, and the differences between England and America.
The Getty Villa presents a new take on the Greek classic.
The Chicago company has ventured into theatre for infants and toddlers with its newly renovated space, the aptly named Little Theatre.
The Chicago adapter/director seems like a natural choice to turn the beloved ‘Jungle Book’ into a stage musical, but that doesn’t mean it’s been easy.
The solo show is staged at the American University of Iraq-Sulaimani.
‘The Billingsgate Project’ interweaves real history and contemporary speculation
Two seasons ago, he seemed to be everywhere at once, including Broadway. Now he’s gearing up for more multi-city flights.
The Chicago sound designer/composer talks about the Hypocrites, and about a new folk musical with a jazz flavor.
Forget jukebox shows and rock stars; the American musical looks and sounds more like a jam session between indie bands and theatre artists.
Contemporary Russian theatre reflects a divisive political moment with rage, irony and low-fuss experimentation.