Playwright Lee Blessing ("Eleemosynary," "Going to St. Ives") went to the Humana Festival in Louisville, Ky., last weekend and came home with the Steinberg/American Theater Critics Assn.'s new-play…
Hello, Julia. Julia Roberts' big Broadway bow -- the show's called "Three Days of Rain," in case you hadn't heard -- played its first eight previews last week and racked up a huge $988,198.
Translating the Danish word "festen" is easy. It means "the celebration." Translating the U.K. legit hit "Festen" into a commercial success on Broadway, however, may prove a bit more challenging.
The third annual Summer Play Festival, producer Arielle Tepper's showcase for new work, has picked the slate of 15 plays that will run July 5-30 Off Broadway at Theater Row.
Tovah Feldshuh is saying hello to Dolly Levi this summer. Thesp, last on Broadway in the solo show "Golda's Balcony," will play the matchmaking title character in "Hello Dolly!" at the Paper Mill…
The Dramatists Guild will announce the winner of the 2005 Hull-Warriner Award, presented by guild members for a theatrical work, at its gala April 10.
"Jersey Boys" hits the road this winter. The Four Seasons biotuner, one of the big hits of the current Broadway season, kicks off a national tour in San Francisco in December, when it will appear at…
Patti LuPone, Des McAnuff and Marian Seldes will receive the three annual specialty awards at the Drama League this year.
"Not a Genuine Black Man," a solo stage memoir about growing up black in a white suburb, begins a run at Off Broadway's DR2 May 9 after winning acclaim in San Fran and Los Angeles.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization has teamed with Chanhassen Dinner Theaters to develop a stage adaptation of the 1948 Irving Berlin movie-musical "Easter Parade."
The 2006 Williamstown Theater Festival kicks off with "Anything Goes," leading a season that includes the musical version of "The Opposite of Sex" and "A Nervous Smile," a recent play by John…