Rupert Goold

The Oscar winner's take on the "Wizard of Oz" star will zing, zing, zing at your heart strings.
Onstage, gravediggers at an excavation site discover a crooked spinal cord. That could only belong to one figure, Richard
The beloved 1953 L. P. Hartley novel--that famously begins "The past in a foreign country; they do things differently there
It takes a bit of time into the first act to accept that you're witnessing a Broadway show about a serial killer, but once
As leading man to the pounding disco drama, American Psycho at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater, Benjamin Walker is all abs and six pack. Sinfully envious, his Patrick Bateman embodies the ethos of the bygone late century.
According to Holy Sheboygan!'s Julia Blair... "I wrote 'Belly of the Beast' shortly after moving back to Appleton, WI, in
What more need be said? It is, yes, as good as you've heard. What a shame that the ticket situation will keep it out of the reach of the general theatergoing public for another year or three.
The immersion into Phyllida Lloyd's meticulously crafted reimagination of "Henry IV" begins before the audience steps foot into the new home of St. Ann's Warehouse.
All your favorites are there. William, Harry, Kate, even the ghost of Diana, who roams the halls at night like one of the three weird witches of Macbeth. Charles faces his dilemma like Hamlet, but within two hours he has turned into an ineffectual Lear.
Even before William Shakespeare's so-called "problem play" Measure for Measure gets properly underway at the Globe, director Dominic Dromgoole has loosed on the audience what looks and sounds like a musical 16th-century orgy attended by various bawds and Lords (Lawds?).
True Story is not a bad movie; indeed, it's a creepy little tale that has moments that will unnerve you. But the limitations of its script and of Jonah Hill's performance in the central role keep it from transcending its shortcomings.