"What Once We Felt," a new play by Ann Marie Healy, will have its world preem as the season's first offering from Lincoln Center Theater's LCT3 initiative.
A number of this season's incoming productions are bucking the trend towards brevity and hoping auds still have an appetite for the epic.
As usual, the fireworks and barbecues of the Fourth of July holiday overshadowed such indoor pursuits as theatergoing, with Broadway B.O. dropping almost across the board.
New Dramatists a.d. Todd London has picked up the first TCG Visionary Leadership Award, a kudo honoring an individual who has made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of theater.
Former Royal Shakespeare Company artistic director Adrian Noble has been named a.d. of the 75th-anniversary Shakespeare Fest at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego.
Lincoln Center Theater's Broadway production of Sarah Ruhl's "In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play" has booked the Lyceum Theater for its fall run.
A touring musical version of "101 Dalmatians" will hit the road in the fall -- but it's not from Disney Theatrical Prods.
Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman will star in a Broadway production of Keith Huff's two-hander "A Steady Rain," bowing at the Schoenfeld Theater in September.
Capitalizing on the Michael Jackson mania prompted by the singer's death, plans are being made for several Jackson-related entertainment events.
Longtime Broadway publicist Pete Sanders has joined the New York office of praisery JS2 Communications.
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