"Grey Gardens" will eke out a final weeklong extension at Playwrights Horizons April 25-30, and on April 27 the performers head into the studio to lay down tracks for an original cast recording.
Jackie Hoffman, DJ Spooky (aka Paul D. Miller), Mary Testa, David Rakoff and the Wau Wau Sisters join hip downtown theater troupe the Civilians for "Patriot Acts: An American Vaudeville," a…
Interviews with the late Wendy Wasserstein, Audra McDonald and Joan Allen are among segments preserved on the new DVD of "Women in Theater," the CUNY-TV series featuring prominent distaff legiters.
Jukebox musicals are so five minutes ago. The next hot trend in Rialto tuners? Asia. Producer Don Gregory ("The Belle of Amherst") will shepherd to Broadway a new $20 million musical about the Flying…
How do you revive a vampire that's already been staked through the heart? When the $10 million tuner, based on Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles novels and featuring a score by Elton John, tried out in…
There were two legit galas Monday, but they shared some of the same entertainment.
Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chi has announced the slate for its second annual First Look Repertory of New Work, including a new play by Kate Fodor ("Hannah and Martin").
Victor Garber and Jefferson Mays topline the Encores! presentation of "Of Thee I Sing," George and Ira Gershwin's 1931 tuner about presidential politics.
"Barefoot in the Park" will put on its shoes and head back indoors next month. The Broadway revival of the Neil Simon comedy, starring Amanda Peet and Patrick Wilson, is set to shutter May 21.
Michael Feingold's translation of Friedrich Schiller's "Mary Stuart" gets its Gotham bow at the Pearl Theater Company on April 30.
Glenn Close, Anthony Edwards, Edie Falco, Hank Azaria and Michael Cerveris were among the crowd at the opening night of "Festen" on Broadway Sunday.