Our reviewer ruminates on the highs and lows of the 2008 season. And offers a final tribute to a giant of the theatre scene, Harold Pinter.
Carousel is bustin' out all over in this splendid revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic. Arguably, the most melodious score they ever wrote.
You don't have to be born in the U.S.A. to feel the power of Tracy Letts's August: Osage County. Dysfunctional families can be found across the universe.
The desire was great, the determination high, but some events are not meant to be made into West End musicals-the Holocaust being one of them.
Come one, come all to the London Hippodrome...and enjoy , ahem, quite an unusual vaudeville evening
The Norman Conquests is Alan Ayckbourn's greatest theatrical achievement...Check out this superb revival for corroborating proof
This most tragic of plays has a superb Ralph Fiennes in the title role. But this isn't just a showy star turn. The entire cast lifts this into a proper ensemble piece.
Actor-turned- director Alan Rickman's acutely observed production of Strindberg's Creditors stuns an audience with its unvarnished view of human venality.
This revival of Harley Granville Barker's Waste wants for precisely nothing, especially from the second act onward. It's scintillating theater as only the British can do it.
A road movie with two super stars turned into a play-without said stars. Impossible! Yet Rain Man somehow works. Credit the compelling nature of the material and the central performances of Josh Hartnett and Adam Godley.