Eileen Atkins and Imelda Staunton will star in "There Came a Gypsy Riding," the new play by Frank McGuinness ("Someone Who'll Watch Over Me") bowing at the Almeida in London in January.
Dylan Baker, Brian d'Arcy James and Joanna Gleason are among the cast of "The Cartells," a live-action spoof of Aaron Spelling-style soap operas written by Douglas Carter Beane ("The Little Dog…
Time Warner exec VP Olaf Olafsson is the new chairman of the board at Off Broadway's Atlantic Theater Company. Also a novelist, the TW bigwig has been a member of the Atlantic board for the past…
American thesp Ty Burrell ("Fur") will join Stephen Dillane in "Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?," the latest from Caryl Churchill ("Cloud Nine," "Top Girls") at London's Royal Court Theater.
Ask Gotham legiters to look into a crystal ball, and a good number of them will tell you "The Producers," no longer the box office juggernaut it once was, will be closing in the not-too-distant…
Kevin Spacey looks primed to return to Broadway in "A Moon for the Misbegotten," a Howard Davies-helmed production of the Eugene O'Neill play that opened in London this week to glowing reviews.
The National Alliance for Musical Theater's annual industry showcase of new tuners has drawn a long roster of veteran legit thesps -- including Kerry Butler, Dee Hoty, Brian d'Arcy James, Marc…
Patricia Heaton ("Everybody Loves Raymond") has signed on to appear Off Broadway in the Second Stage production of "The Scene," the new play by Theresa Rebeck set to begin perfs in December.
Three members of the Actors' Equity executive staff have been appointed to perform the duties of executive director, temporarily filling the void left by the sudden death of Patrick Quinn, who had…
Victoria Clark's first Gotham stage gig after "The Light in the Piazza" will be a role in "The Agony and the Agony," the new play by Nicky Silver ("Pterodactyls," "Raised in Captivity") set to run at…
Actresses of a certain age -- among them Kathleen Chalfant, Anne Pitoniak and Pamela Payton-Wright -- are the focus of a series of readings at the Cherry Lane, produced by the No Frills Company.