“I boldly announced to the agent that “Big Fish” failed on Broadway because it didn’t belong on Broadway,” Packard said in a statement. “It belongs at The Fox and I know how to fix it. He believed me, he believed in The Fox.”
“It’s the Fox’s responsibility to reach a little bit further into the global cuisine,” he said in a comparison of the theater’s offerings to the city’s wildly diverse dining options.
The play that dances its way across all our difference and ages steps into the Vintage Theatre for an eight-week run beginning March 13. “Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks,” a theatrical favorite since it opened in 2003 will run weekends through May 3.
Turn on cable TV anytime before bedtime on a day that ends in “day” and you’re bound to encounter some incarnation of the 21st Century family. Whether it’s the whirlwind drug trafficking of the Whites, the bow-tied zaniness of the Pritchetts or the fresh idiosyncrasy of the Huangs — it’s unmistakable that days of vanilla-on-eggshell […]
In the push to revive revived revivals from the days of long hair and madras, “Godspell,” revived, comes to the Miners Alley in Golden for a healthy run starting in March.
With over 30 years of theatrical education experience, Clifton is the head of the Vintage’s new Vintage Youth Program, which offers classes, workshops and myriad opportunities for behind and onstage experience to local children ages 6 — 18. The program starts it’s inaugural 10-week session on Feb. 16.
The entire excellent ensemble from the well-received 2012 production at Chicago’s Goodman Theatre is performing Eugene O’Neill’s dark, nearly five-hour 1939 classic through March 15, in its New York premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Much more than a lark, the play works to give understanding and depth to a method that infuriated and elated so many readers and politicians for so many years