A popular satirical musical about Mormon missionaries will play next year in Salt Lake City, just down the street from the worldwide headquarters of the faith it’s mocking.
So why should you sit through another production of "Death of a Salesman?" Because some of the performances are as original and interesting as you’ve ever seen before.
This innovative choreographer’s Joyce season showed her enamored of the use of color, film and some interesting music to get the point across that modern dance can still be interesting, fun, exciting and sexy.
The Actors’ Shakespeare Project treats this Chekhov classic as a comedy, but director Melia Bensussen pulls off a delicate balance, tracing its darker undercurrents.
As the Speakeasy Stage Company mounts its production of Samuel D. Hunter’s "The Whale," a designer works to make a man gain over 500 lbs. and an actor explores how the man got that way.
Acclaimed director Lizette M. Morris has revived the Christopher Durang classic "Baby with the Bathwater," a hysterical parody of "well-meaning" parenting gone awry. In an interview with EDGE, the director reveals the way into her "dark" and "loud" head.
Comedian Judy Gold has joined the cast of "Disaster!," the critically acclaimed 1970s disaster movie musical written by Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick, playing Off-Broadway at the St. Luke’s Theatre in New York.