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Anne-Marie Duff shines in overly sprawling, diffuse play set between 1965 and 2019
Bernadette Peters, Michael Ball, Imelda Staunton and more led a legendary one-off concert in honour of a musical theatre legend
Mark Rylance is back in a role that won him a Tony more than a decade ago. But this London production isn’t just coasting on past kudos.
The immersive theater company’s production invites up to 600 spectators to roam freely around a loose re-creation of the siege of Troy’s aftermath.
Off Broadway hit builds to a furious climax in London bow
Inspiration jostles irritation in Marys Seacole, Jackie Sibblies Drury's Off Broadway hit from 2019 that has arrived at the Donmar …
Francis Mayli McCann is the reason for being of this London musical engagement, following its concert debut on the West End in January
Mike Bartlett opens his third London play in quick succession, this one starring Rachael Stirling
In new works by English playwrights, the 45th U.S. president plots to become the 47th, and the New York urban planner Robert Moses loses his mind.
Robert Lindsay and Lisa Dillon in inter-generational family drama set in Manhattan.
Niche Sondheim gets an, um, no-trumpets-barred revival
Musicals don't get madder than Anyone Can Whistle, the 1964 Broadway flop from onetime West Side Story and Gypsy collaborators Stephen…
Rafe Spall and David Moorst headline London version of Broadway smash, alongside Tony winner Jim Norton as the Judge.
Imogen Stubbs and Richard Lintern excel in revival of Bruce Norris scorcher
In West End productions, Jonathan Bailey and Taron Egerton play a fighting couple, and Kit Harington from “Game of Thrones” plays the warrior king in “Henry V.”
Maria Friedman is back, this time with a concert show that includes her gifted young son, Alfie
Jessica Turner is excellent as Theresa May in critic-turned-playwright Tim Walker's look at the run-up to Brexit.
Moral depravity looms large in exciting, heavily cut take on Shakespeare's eternally vexed 'comedy'
Francesca Carpanini inherits a role once played by Patti LuPone in interminable two-hander, first seen in 1977
Paul Bettany and Jeremy Pope give memorable performances as the odd couple artists in Anthony McCarten’s new play, “The Collaboration.”
Creative adaptations of “Wuthering Heights” and Ionesco’s “The Chairs” grapple with death and feature inclusions of the coronavirus and performance artists.
Paul McGann and Toby Stephens headline the first Florian Zeller play to have its world premiere in English; Jonathan Kent directs.
Sean Holmes directs George Fouracres as a sullen, snarky Hamlet
Caryl Churchill's 2002 masterwork, starring Lennie James and Paapa Essiedu, resonates anew
Two new plays offer very different experiences of the sanitarium, one starring Mark Rylance and the other spotlighting a fast-rising actress.
Elizabeth McGovern's self-penned two-hander about Ava Gardner is a waste of time and talent
Sir David Suchet looks back on Poirot, Iago, Salieri, and more
A surge in coronavirus infections toppled production after production, but two stage adaptations — of a movie and a blockbuster novel — recovered and endure.
Chilean writer Pablo Manzi brings his dark vision of human behaviour to the Royal Court, directed by Sam Pritchard.
Olivier Award-winner John Dagleish takes the title role in Alexander Knott's murky, angled take on Dickens's long-suffering clerk
Tamsin Greig inherits Maureen Lipman's original role in Alan Plater's portrait of the onetime literary agent and legend
Camp Siegfried, Cabaret, and Lisa Dwan as Beckett's Winnie among the year's best theatre in London.
The Times’s three European theater critics pick their favorite productions of the year — plus a turkey apiece for the festive season.