Go ahead, say "The CW." You can almost feel yourself age as you pronounce the five-syllable mouthful destined to be the moniker of the new WB-UPN combo network.
Nilo Cruz and Stephen Adly Guirgis are among the scribes invited to head out to Wyoming for the Sundance Playwrights Retreat at the Ucross Foundation.
Yale School of Drama has appointed Edward A. Martenson chair of its department of theater management. He assumes the post July 1. Martenson takes the place of long-time August Wilson producer…
"Hot Feet" has found a home: The tuner featuring the music of Earth, Wind & Fire dances into the Hilton Theater in April. Show fills the vacancy left by "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," which closed there…
Helmer Dominic Cooke takes over as artistic director of London's Royal Court Theater in January 2007. A former associate director at the Court, Cooke is an associate director of the Royal Shakespeare…
"Monty Python's Spamalot" has set its sked for Blighty, beginning performances Oct. 2 at the West End's Palace Theater. Cast and opening-night date have yet to be determined. Broadway export takes…
Winter in Gotham has been unusually warm, but that hasn't stopped Broadway's box office from suffering its usual seasonal slide. Rialto grosses for the week ending Jan. 22 totaled $14,167,168, down…
Broadway's got faith in April. The Gate Theater production of Brian Friel's "Faith Healer," starring Ralph Fiennes, has set April 18 as the start date for a 15-week run at the Booth Theater. Opening…
Tensions between the old rules of print journalism and the new rules of the Internet have provoked another theater-world skirmish.
It's not that the performing arts scene in Hong Kong hasn't steadily grown over the last 20 years. It's that Hong Kong hasn't had the facilities to accommodate it all.
Brad Garrett steps in to save the day this weekend at "The Odd Couple." He'll play Oscar, the messy half of the couple, opposite Matthew Broderick today through Sunday in the smash revival of Neil…