Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s indelible novel has its official opening at the Shubert Theatre.
“The Panties, the Partner and the Profit” doesn’t ignite for Shakespeare Theatre Company.
The playwright and the actor talk about the challenges of bringing Harper Lee’s beloved novel to Broadway.
Tony winner to join Norm Lewis as Harold Hill in February installment of Broadway Center Stage series.
A British drama that takes you into a refugee camp has its American debut.
His “mad as hell” scene is one for the books, but the Broadway adaptation is a bit of a slog.
Splendid work, from the Great Lakes to D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront, knows no boundaries.
It’s another celebrity-inspired musical, sputtering off the jukebox assembly line.
Arena Stage offers up the regional premiere of Paula Vogel’s Tony-nominated drama.
It is an eternal challenge to get Chekhov right. Richard Nelson and Jay O. Sanders do.