Soon there might be some singing with wolves to go along with all that dancing.
Daniel Radcliffe is coming back to Broadway, toplining a spring 2011 revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."
A new musical from "Passing Strange" composer Stew -- with an assist from "Next to Normal" composer Tom Kitt -- is among the three shows on tap for a developmental workshop this summer at the O'Neill…
"Dogtooth," the Greek feature that picked up a prize from Un Certain Regard at Cannes 2009, will kick off a commercial theatrical run at Gotham's Cinema Village in June.
George Eastman House, the photography and film museum in Rochester, N.Y., has acquired the 2,600-element film collection of Merchant Ivory Prods., including more than 40 film titles and 1775 reels.
John Larroquette and Monica Raymund ("Lie to Me") are among thesps lined up to star Off Broadway in "Oliver!."
As odd couples go, football and Broadway make for one of the oddest.
Up-and-coming tuner creatives Peter Mills and Barry Wyner have been tapped to pick up the 2010 Kleban Prize in Musical Theater, the big-money legit kudo that awards $100,000 to each winner.
Don't tell Angela Lansbury she's hit retirement age.
The 2000-10 season definitively proved that a hit play can gross like a musical, if it has the right ingredients: star casting, a demand-boosting limited run and premium-priced tickets.