The five-and-a-half-hour double bill was a smash hit in the U.K.
Act two was a mess, but the audience seemed to be rooting for her.
It was her West End debut.
You can see the full performance on PBS on September 26.
One very high concept, and one play about crypto-porn.
More than you'd think.
"A complicated and often brilliant love offering to the emotionally dispossessed."
"He digs so far into the character’s drugged-out disappointment you see only the shadows of it rippling the surface."
Jason Biggs will be in the show, too.
That name, though.
Bring it, Dexter.
By her former intern turned friend.
That grinding you hear? It's either the ice machine or the plots.
Keke Palmer, Broadway's first African-American Cinderella, starts on September 9.
She's the leader of the Lost Girls, isn't she?
Featuring Tavi Gevinson, James Earl Jones, Hugh Jackman, and more.
Looking for something adventurous that will make you laugh? A blockbuster to make you cry?
Now that the Met’s next few seasons are assured, Peter Gelb can get back to making sure that opera matters.
The Russian comedy of manners A Month in the Country.
A weekend in the country goes sour in Theresa Rebeck’s latest.
With a sing-along of "Friend Like Me."
A tryout production of the musical opens tonight in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
She's in talks to join the current Broadway revival of Cabaret.
It restores audacity and high style to the tradition of absurdism.