The church’s president favors the use of “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,” the name he believes God communicated to Joseph Smith in 1838.
Jen Silverman’s harrowing “Dangerous House” and a revival of “West Side Story” join a conversation about racial and sexual violence.
This wan resuscitation of the 1990 movie about a Cinderella prostitute is likely to make you nostalgic for Julia Roberts’s original performance.
A production with same-sex leads is one of many signs that directors are approaching the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic with new eyes.
A new “original” musical is usually something to welcome, but when it’s a Frankenstein monster created from spare parts, maybe stay out of its way.
Stephen Payne, a longtime understudy, gets his first Broadway starring role in “Straight White Men.”
Naming a show can be tricky. Some recent titles are obscure, others extremely long. And then there’s the weird punctuation. What’s going on?
Roslyn Ruff gives a wondrous performance in the Williamstown Theater Festival revival of the Carson McCullers play.
The most memorable performances in any medium are being given by a remarkable group of industry veterans — Judith Light, Allison Janney and Audra McDonald, among them.
This high-energy, high-anxiety musical, a hit on social media even before it opened, reflects the metabolism of its teenage audience.
First Stacy Keach got healthy. Then he began work again on a one-man play about Ernest Hemingway, now at the Goodman Theater in Chicago.
With “The Tempest,” “An Ideal Husband” and “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the Stratford Festival carries on a conversation about purity and forgiveness.
The movie that heralded the jukebox musical has been reinvented as a jukebox musical on its very own terms at the Emerson Colonial Theater in Boston.
The new wave band, whose music is being celebrated in a Broadway musical, provided a blueprint for girl-powered groups. But the Go-Go’s weren’t always taken seriously.
A brief (recent) history of plays, films and TV shows exploring the fraught, sometimes predatory relationship between directors and their charges.
Four gay men who recently attended the Broadway revival of this 50-year-old play — three seeing it for the first time — debate its significance and relevance.
It has taken a while, but playing the sultry title role in “Carmen Jones” fulfills a lifelong dream.
Our critic takes stock of three shows at the festival: Bernstein’s “West Side Story,” Kevin Puts’s “Silent Night” and Janacek’s “The Cunning Little Vixen.”