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Playwright Elizabeth Egloff Takes Boston Audiences Into the Ether Dome
By Hayley Levitt · Oct 21, 2014

Modern health-care corruption finds its roots in a 19th-century dentist's chair.

Bradley Cooper and the Stars of Broadway's The Elephant Man Meet the Press
By David Gordon · Oct 21, 2014

The new revival also stars Patricia Clarkson and Alessandro Nivola.

Mary Poppins Now Available for School and Amateur Licensing
By Bethany Rickwald · Oct 20, 2014

The Disney and Cameron Mackintosh musical will be available through Music Theatre International.

Broadway's Side Show Offers a Sneak Peek at Its Spooky World
By David Gordon · Oct 17, 2014

Get your first look at the new revival at the St. James Theatre.

Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn Extends at Goodspeed Musicals
By Editorial Staff · Oct 17, 2014

The Connecticut theater lengthens its holiday season.

Holiday Inn
By David Gordon · Oct 15, 2014

The classic film that brought "White Christmas" into popular culture is onstage for the first time.

Becoming Dr. Ruth
By Sandy MacDonald · Jun 19, 2013
Diminutive sexpert Dr. Ruth — in the person of Debra Jo Rupp — explains it all: where babies come from, and her own origins, too.
Dear Elizabeth
By Sandy MacDonald · Dec 11, 2012
Sarah Ruhl's play about the correspondence between Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell doesn't have sufficient emotional impact.
The Killing of Sister George
By Sandy MacDonald · Dec 10, 2012
The Oscar and Tony nominated actress stars in and directs this somewhat engaging revival.
Something's Afoot
By Christopher Caggiano · Oct 26, 2012
This trifle of a musical murder mystery is neither scary nor funny.