Review: 'Jekyll & Hyde' revival a beautiful steampunk take that's overwrought _ in a good way
Review: Marital battles are as resonant onstage as ever in Strindberg's 'Dance of Death'
Broadway play 'The Assembled Parties' slightly altered following blasts at Boston Marathon
Review: Broadway's 'Orphans,' starring Alec Baldwin, generates little light
Christie brings sparkling staging of Charpentier's 'David et Jonathas' to Brooklyn Academy
Works by Brooklyn-born artist Basquiat to appear at NYC exhibit before private sale
A program to offer free and discounted theater tickets, classes and other services for veterans and military families is expanding to 85 theaters in 33 states.
Robert Caro, Andrew Solomon receive $10,000 book prizes; Beth Macy wins $30,000
Atomic bomb attack on Japan re-enactment dropped from Ohio air show after online protest
Play staged in a NYC truck trailer highlights the risks people take sneaking over the border