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The enchanting and futuristic opera houses of the country’s megacities don’t offer Italian masterpieces every night. A deprived culture vulture must do what’s necessary.
A fixture on Broadway and television for six decades, the actress found her greatest success as a warmhearted, wisecracking housemother in two sitcoms.
After failing to hit it big as a Hollywood actress, Ms. Morison became a star of the musical stage in “Kiss Me, Kate” and “The King and I.”
The South African director brings a new production of “Les Blancs,” an unfinished play by Lorraine Hansberry, to the National Theater in London.
As theater companies prepare to go all out in 2016 to commemorate the anniversary, opera companies are doing the same, to honor his vast contribution to their art.
The Menier Chocolate Factory's revival of the show, starring Sheridan Smith, will run at the Savoy Theater starting April 9.
Glenn Close will star in a semi-staged version of “Sunset Boulevard” in London.
“Personal Enemy,” a rediscovered play written in 1953 by John Osborne and Anthony Creighton about a gay American teenager, is being staged in New York.
Baby Jane Dexter discusses her life as she begins “The Real World,” a new show at the Metropolitan Room.
The singer and pianist Michael Feinstein will establish a new museum for his impressive collection of American music memorabilia at an arts center in Indiana.
Ms. Wilson, a Tony Award winner who appeared in the films “The Graduate” and “9 to 5,” specialized in supporting roles that were often meaty but rarely glamorous.
For the Royal Shakespeare Company, that battered soul at the center of “Death of a Salesman” is akin to the greatest of Shakespeare’s tragic characters.
Roman Polanski discusses why he’s excited by the Parisian production of his musical “Dance of the Vampires.”
Mr. Lyubimov, who founded the experimental Taganka Theater in Moscow in 1964, led productions that once prompted the Soviet government to send him into exile.
Many works being staged at opera houses are considered hybrids of operas and musicals as box office intake sags and producers strive to lure bigger audiences.
Five years in the making and set to open in London, Tori Amos’s first musical, “The Light Princess,” features a heroine whose grief sends her skyward.
London’s Globe Theater is staging daylong performances of Shakespeare’s trilogy at medieval sites where the dramas took place during the Wars of the Roses.
One of the pleasures and privileges of theatergoing in London — in addition to those little wooden spoonlets that come with the interval ice cream – is the beauty of the printed theater …