For most producers, a pre-Broadway run of a new play is a necessity. Out-of-town tryouts or non-profit engagements allow a show extended time for fine-tuning -- and for development away from the…
It's not often that stage thesps get asked to reprise a signature role in a play-to-pic adaptation. When Frank Langella was confirmed last week for the part of Richard M. Nixon in the movie version…
Sidney Feinberg, an entertainment lawyer who worked in theater, TV and film, died April 20 of a stroke in New York.
A tuner adaptation of 2004 MGM comedy "Saved" will round out the 2007-08 season at Playwrights Horizons, the nonprofit that last year produced the original Off Broadway run of Rialto musical "Grey…
Kiki and Herb are getting their act together and taking it on the road.
The Kleban Foundation will hand out $100,000 each to two up-and-comers: librettist Jeremy Desmon and lyricist Joe Iconis.
A lot of theatergoers were thinking pink Sunday at the opening night of the Broadway tuner "Legally Blonde."
Movie biz may have dwindled last week, but Broadway brought in solid numbers. Total sales for 37 shows on the boards hit about $20.5 million.
"Radio Golf," which makes its Broadway bow May 8, marks the final play by the late August Wilson, the culmination of his 10-play, decade-by-decade portrait of African-American life in the 20th…
The winner of the inaugural David C. Horn Prize for Playwriting, a competish from the Yale Drama Series, is little-known Irish scribe John Austin Connolly for his play "The Boys from Siam."
New Mel Brooks tuner "Young Frankenstein" will have its pre-Broadway tryout in Seattle this summer, running Aug. 4-Sept. 1 at the Paramount Theater.
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