Rea may be the first Oedipus to play the role in blood-spattered overalls, and he deftly handles Shepard's freewheeling segues from tragedy to slapstick and...
Close's strong, unyielding matriarch is sister to Norma Desmond from "Sunset Boulevard," the actress' last role on Broadway twenty years ago
Sharyn Rothstein's new play recalls Miller's "All My Sons," and to her credit, the absorbing story deserves more than its current one act
It's not torture or ISIS that trouble America's TV family when a son comes home from Vietnam; but in this harrowing revival, the nightmare is...
Like in "Little Buddha," the parents in Sarah Ruhl's new play send their son to Nepal to be tested, enthroned, and educated. And so the...
Actors' chemistry is like Hepburn and Tracy's only in reverse; she's solid and implacable, he's high-strung and nervously pecking around for a way to chip...
In John Rando's fun, new Broadway revival, everyone dances like there's no tomorrow in wartime New York
The light airiness of Jones' performance provides just the right launching pad for others to soar and bring down the rafters
Ivo van Hove directs the first must-see event of the 2014-15 theater season.
For anyone familiar with this playwright-director's work, it will come as no surprise that a very good-looking, buff guy will be outmatched by the lesbian...
Daring casting of the young actors pays off as Culkin delivers a performance with the surreal ferocity of Robert Downey Jr
"The Fault in our Stars" director Josh Boone will write the adaptation of the Annie Weatherwax novel
The "Spider-Man" star will finally make her Broadway debut
When the distraught actress looks into the bathroom mirror to reapply her makeup, nobody smears lipstick with the panache of Blanchett
TheWrap goes inside rehearsals for a sneak preview of director Adam Shankman's all-star production
Richard Griffiths won a Tony for "The History Boys"
"House of Cards" creator Beau Willimon's new play, "The Parisian Woman," is set in Washington just like his "Farragut North"
The judge overseeing the case against James Holmes denies most of the defense's motion on the constitutionality of the state's insanity law
Fred Weller and Josh Hamilton will appear in "Reasons to Be Happy," the Neil Labute sequel to "Reasons to Be Pretty"
Elizabeth Olsen, the star of "Martha Marcy May Marlene," will appear in the title role in the Classic Stage Company production of "Romeo & Juliet"
James Franco says he will play George in the John Steinbeck classic "Of Mice and Men" on Broadway and invites Stephen Colbert to join him
Shia LaBeouf is angry after Alec Baldwin likened him to a "celebrity chef"
Jacob Bernstein says career considerations made Nora Ephron hesitant to come clean about her disease
Amanda Peet's new play, "The Commons of Pensacola," will have its world premiere at Manhattan Theatre Club next season
Idina Menzel, who won the Tony Award for "Wicked," will star in "If/Then," a new musical by the team behind "Next to Normal"
A guide to the big names and hot tickets hitting Broadway and beyond
A live performance of Peter Morgan's play starring Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth II will be broadcast to theaters around the world this June
"Glee" star Jane Lynch will play orphanage matron Miss Hannigan
"Big Fish," a musical version of the 2003 film, will bow in Chicago in April before heading to Broadway in the fall
"Pump Boys and Dinettes" was scheduled to debut in March, but a crowded schedule of new plays will delay its premiere