The 52nd annual Tony Awards broadcast on June 7 could very well look like a revival of the 51st: Rosie O'Donnell will be back again to host and the Radio City Music Hall will be the venue.
Hollywood has yet to figure how to harness the talents of John Leguizamo, but the Broadway stage has no such trouble. The comic performer's latest solo show, the semi-autobiographical "Freak," is…
The Elton John-Tim Rice musical formerly known as "Aida" will make its debut at Atlanta's Alliance Theater next season under the new title "Elaborate Lives."
Are British actors hogging too many seats on Broadway? Actors' Equity, supported at least in theory by a prominent American stage director, thinks so, and London's acclaimed Royal Court/Theatre de…
Minutes From the Blue Route" misses by a mile. The Atlantic Theater Company's production of Tom Donaghy's brittle seriocomic play takes aim at the emotional isolation within a typical suburban…
Critics might have put Salvador "The Capeman" Agron back on death row, but the morning of the show's devastating reviews producers huddled in advertising meetings to plot their strategy for an appeal.
Paul Simon, one of pop's great songwriters, has lent Broadway a collection of great songs. His music for "The Capeman" ranks among the best Broadway scores of this or any recent season, an exquisite…
Broadway's revival of "The King and I" will close Feb. 22 after having played 26 previews and 781 regular performances, making the production the longest-running revival ever of the Rodgers…
Despite rumors and news reports to the contrary, the recently closed Broadway musical "Side Show" will not reopen in the spring. The tuner's creative team had hoped to recruit new investors for the…
George C. Wolfe, arguably the hottest producer-director in theater today, will undergo a kidney transplant following his high-profile staging of "Macbeth," starring Alec Baldwin, next month, Daily…