Ah, for those musicals of yesterday. Like the Rodgers and Hart Babes in Arms, now on view at the Chichester Festival Theater
Shakespeare's Globe is a wonderful place to play Othello. The company makes use of every nook and cranny of the auditorium. The production is fluid, up close and audible.
It was worth the wait. Ian Mckellen's Lear is one for the ages, as King Lear and The Seagull, finally open in Stratford.
Maxim Gorky's Philistines - in a lively, colloquial new version by Andrew Upton has descended upon the Lyttelton stage.
What are the odds of surviving a fall from an airplane--without a parachute? The romantic fantasy A Matter of Life and Death, at the Olivier, has one possible scenario.
A revival of Kiss of the Spider Woman turns down the heat, but the play still retains its point and purpose.
Zoe Wannamaker gives a superb performance in the revival of The Rose Tattoo, at the National.
The Glass Menagerie revealed a raw new American writing talent...
This Dream is so visually stunning from the start it seems to wake the eye up to a whole new spectrum of colour...
It is perfectly legitimate for composers to create an entire work around a set of variations...