Gotham will hear the sounds of "LoveMusik" in the spring as a starry preem of the Kurt Weill tuner caps off Manhattan Theater Club's Broadway season.
Jerry Springer got an opera. Why can't Bill O'Reilly have one too? "Mackris v. O'Reilly" preems in January at the U. of Washington.
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Ten legit scribes have been selected to participate in the Time Warner Commissioning Program at Second Stage Theater. New initiative, which pairs Off Broadway's Second Stage with media giant Time…
The Roundabout's Off Broadway production of "Howard Katz" has signed a cast of veteran legiters, with Alvin Epstein ("Waiting for Godot"), Elizabeth Franz ("Death of a Salesman"), Jessica Hecht…
"Chicago" gave 'em the old razzle dazzle Tuesday, when the revival celebrated its 10th anni on the Rialto with a starry benefit perf.
"Eurydice," the latest play by Sarah Ruhl ("The Clean House"), will fill the final slot of the season at Off Broadway's Second Stage. It'll be the second major Gotham outing this season for Ruhl, a…
Nicki Genovese, general manager of South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, Calif., has jumped to Gotham to become general manager of the Public Theater.
"Legally Blonde" tuner has a full cast to go along with star Laura Bell Bundy. Along with Bundy -- who plays Elle, the role essayed by Reese Witherspoon in the 2001 pic -- the ensemble includes…
Rosie O'Donnell and Joan Rivers turned out to storm the barricades Nov. 9, joining the rest of the crowd at the opening of the six-month Broadway return of "Les Miserables."
Ian McShane is set to star in the Broadway revival of Harold Pinter's "The Homecoming" in fall 2007. Daniel Sullivan ("Rabbit Hole," "Proof") will direct.