M. Edgar Rosenblum, longtime executive director at New Haven's Long Wharf Theater -- as well as an executive at a number of other theaters and organizations -- died Saturday at his home in Woodstock…
A musical based on the 1962 Shirley Jackson novel "We Have Always Lived in the Castle" will have its world premiere in New Haven as part of the 2010-11 season at the Yale Repertory Theater.
A new musical adaptation of "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" -- with music by Henry Krieger ("Dreamgirls") and lyrics by Susan Birkenhead ("Jelly's Last Jam") -- is on tap for a developmental production…
David Hare has tapped Virginia Grise's play "Blu," about a Mexican-American family's response to the loss of its oldest son in Iraq, as the 2010 winner of the annual Yale Drama Series competition.
Director-producer Harold Prince will receive this year's annual Monte Cristo Award from the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center of Waterford, Conn. for his lifelong contributions to the American and…
Kathleen Turner -- who last hit the Rialto playing Martha in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" -- is in talks to return to the stage as a recovering alcoholic nun.
Grammy- and Oscar-winning composer-lyricist Paul Williams ("A Star Is Born," "The Muppet Movie") will receive the Goodspeed Award for contribution to musical theater. The composer, whose work is…
In Rinne Groff's "Compulsion," which receives its world premiere at Yale Repertory Theater, the question is, whose Anne is it anyway?