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‘My Name Is Lucy Barton’: Theater Review

Laura Linney plays a writer recalling an interruption to her long estrangement from her emotionally withholding mother in 'My Name Is Lucy Barton,' playwright Rona Munro's solo adaptation of the…

Laura Linney to Return to Broadway in ‘My Name Is Lucy Barton’

Laura Linney will return to Broadway early next year in the haunting solo play that earned her rapturous reviews in London, 'My Name Is Lucy Barton.'

‘My Name Is Lucy Barton’: Theater Review

Laura Linney makes her London stage debut in this adaptation of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Strout's novella 'My Name Is Lucy Barton,' directed by Richard Eyre.

Jeremy Irons, Lesley Manville End Their ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’ in Beverly Hills

Jeremy Irons, Lesley Manville and director Richard Eyre reflect on the last leg of their tour with the Eugene O'Neill classic, 'Long Day's Journey Into Night.'

‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’: Theater Review

Lesley Manville and Jeremy Irons share top billing in director Richard Eyre's Brooklyn-bound revival of the Eugene O'Neill classic 'Long Day's Journey Into Night.'

Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci Getting In on ‘The Children Act’

FilmNation has already sold out internationally on the project, based on Ian McEwan's novel.

‘Ghosts’: Theater Review

Lesley Manville heads the cast of Richard Eyre's Olivier Award-winning Almeida Theatre revival of the Ibsen classic, imported to New York for a monthlong run.

U.K.’s Olivier Awards: Jude Law, Judi Dench, Tom Hiddleston Among Nominees

UPDATED: Warner Bros.-backed musical "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" is up for seven honors at the British answer to the Tonys, which will be handed out April 13 in London.

Stephen Ward: Theater Review

Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest West End musical turns a notorious true story from early 1960s London into a lively but timid polemic against political and sexual hypocrisy.

Private Lives: Theater Review

After 25 years away from Broadway, Kim Cattrall is back playing opposite Paul Gross in the evergreen 1930 comedy by Noel Coward.