"The Seafarer," the latest play from Irish scribe Conor McPherson ("Shining City"), will come to Broadway in the fall, playing at a Shubert house still to be determined.
It may have taken a beating from several Gotham critics, and it may be shuttering three weeks ahead of schedule, but "The Vertical Hour" has still managed to move into the "hit" column.
Helmer Robert Wilson's version of La Fontaine fables, a one-man "King Lear" from Taiwan, two Kabuki classics and four Spanish-language productions are among the theater offerings at this year's…
New York acting teacher Fred Kareman died Feb. 25 of heart disease. He was 77. A memorial service will be held March 12 at 4 p.m. at the Museum of the City of New York.
Philip Seymour Hoffman and Frances McDormand watched Kevin Kline tackle the title role Sunday at the Public Theater's "King Lear" bow.
"A Chorus Line" has set its tour dates, kicking off in Denver May 6-17, 2008.
News of "Wicked" breaking records is starting to sound like a broken record.
Gotham fanboys have the New York Comic Convention; now showpeople have an expo, too. The first Entertainment Industry Expo is set to bow June 3 at the Westin Hotel in Times Square.
Broadway box office took a dive at the start of the month, with grosses dropping by close to $3 million for the week ended Sunday.
It's hard enough for a play to succeed on tuner-centric Broadway -- much less an unflinching play about grief, arriving amid a spring slate unusually crowded with non-musical productions. "The Year…
Jay Harnick, founder of Theaterworks/USA, died in New York Feb. 27 after an illness. He was 78.