Veteran character actor Richard B. Shull died of a heart attack only a few hours after performing the role of D.W. Dewitt in the Broadway production of "Epic Proportions" Wednesday night. He was 70.
Those in search of papier-mache sphinxes and Cleopatra headdresses will have to check out Giuseppe Verdi's "Aida," now in repertory at the Metropolitan Opera.
Isaac Mizrahi has finally settled on a name for his one-man musical. Playing off the title of his 1995 documentary "Unzipped," he's calling the legit show "Undressed."
Andrew McTiernan's New York Performance Works is adding a new 75-seat theater to go with its 99-seat main stage in Tribeca. On Oct. 28, the Equity showcase-space debuts with a workshop production of…
"Flower Drum Song" came one step closer to getting its first Broadway revival.
Kate Winslet is in negotiations to play the roles Calista Flockhart essayed off-Broadway, when Neil LaBute's "Bash" travels to London for a Feb. 2 premiere at the Almeida Theatre.
Becky Mode's wry new comedy "Fully Committed" may achieve what few other solo shows do: longevity. For all their kudos, many such shows don't survive long after the original performer calls it quits…
Susan Lucci will finish off the year by filling in for the vacationing Bernadette Peters in the current Broadway production of "Annie Get Your Gun."