The pairing of roots rocker John Mellencamp and horror scribe Stephen King for a Southern Gothic musical may sound irresistible. But it takes more than a groove and gore to make this tedious tale of…
A world premiere stage version of Fritz Lang's "M" and the U.S. bow of Christopher Shinn's "Now or Later" are among the shows on tap for the 2012-13 season at Boston's Huntington Theater.
The musical "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" will premiere this fall at Hartford Stage, starring Tony winner Jefferson Mays and helmed by Darko Tresnjak, the theater's new artistic director.
Massachusetts regional theaters have started to lock in their upcoming slates, with upcoming offerings that include a Diane Paulus-helmed revival of "Pippin" at Cambridge's A.R.T. and three world…
Dr. Ruth will be reimagined on stage this summer in the world premiere of "Dr. Ruth, All the Way," a one-hander starring Debra Jo Rupp (TV's "The Simpsons," "That '70s Show") and penned by Mark St…
Louise Pitre, original star of the Broadway incarnation of "Mamma Mia!," will topline an upcoming revival of "Mame" at Connecticut's Goodspeed Musicals this spring.
David W. Rintels' stage adaptation of William Styron's "Sophie's Choice," slated to premiere in May at New Haven's Long Wharf Theater, is canceled.
It's going to be a family affair this fall when Julie Andrews directs a new musical, "The Great American Mousical," based on the 2006 children's book the actress wrote with her daughter, Emma Walton…
New musicals about a gay men's chorus in Kansas, a family surviving a great flood and the dogs of Chernobyl will make up Goodspeed Musicals' seventh annual Festival of New Arts, running Jan. 13-15 in…
As wacky, fast-paced and sweet as a stretched-out episode of "The Simpsons," the skein on which the scribe has been a writer and producer for decades.
The psychological cat-and-mouse game between Adolph Eichmann and the Israeli Mossad agent who captured him gives "Captors" its dramatic juice.