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…
"Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" kicks off its national tour Aug. 6 at the Paramount Theater in Seattle. Further stops and casting details have yet to be confirmed.
Actors' Equity is set to bestow awards for classical acting on Elizabeth Marvel, Sean McNall and Colm Feore. Marvel and McNall will take home the Joe A. Callaway award for acting in a pre-1920 play…
Broadway is settling in for the winter, and while many shows continued a typical post-holiday slide during the week ending Jan. 15, others seem to have bundled up enough to hold steady. Top earner…
A hit for the nonprofit Lincoln Center Theater might not deliver the same financial pop as a hit for commercial producers, but it still has plenty of benefits.
Dick Van Dyke is lending a hand to drum up biz for "Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life," Rivera's modestly selling Broadway bio. Thesp, who co-starred with Rivera in "Bye Bye Birdie" in 1960, will make…
"The Phantom of the Opera" played its 7,486th performance to a black-tie crowd Monday, surpassing "Cats" as the longest-running show in Broadway history.
Lynn Redgrave's one-woman show, "Nightingale," preems at the New End Theater in London Tuesday. Production, written and directed by Redgrave and starring Caroline John, is based on memories of…
The Gersh Agency beefed up its theatrical roster with the acquisition of the Joyce Ketay Agency over the weekend. JKA head Joyce Ketay and partner Carl Mulert will move into Gersh's Gotham offices…