“Big Fish,” the fall’s most anticipated musical, announced that it will close on Dec. 29 after just 132 performances (including previews).
Mark Rylance, who has won Tony Awards for his horny airline pilot in “Boeing-Boeing” and his ex-daredevil burn-out case in “Jerusalem,” is putting on the show of a lifetime at the Belasco Theatre.
Broadway looked like London’s West End last week, as classics in repertory played to nearly full houses.
“Betrayal” is hot, but Shakespeare is coming in on the outside as the Harold Pinter revival enjoys a pre-opening sales surge and the latest Broadway entry by the Bard of Avon makes a strong debut.
Time to ponder the fall season I realized as I fed apples to my pigs Hamlette, Venus and Mimi.
Actor Mark Rylance drags his bad leg across the stage, repeats the odd word or syllable, and does a celebratory hop-skip-and-jump when he hears merry news.
James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave are playing the frolicsome young lovers Benedick and Beatrice -- at the ages of 82 and 76 respectively.
Suppose your life forked into simultaneous versions at every decision. “Yes” would take things one way, “no” another. There would be further forks, and billions of concurrent lives.
London theater’s fall season arrives with new surprises.
Derek Jacobi and Mark Rylance are two of the five best-actor nominees for London theater’s Laurence Olivier Awards , the U.K.’s highest stage honors, organizers said today.