Tenor Carlo Bergonzi, at age 75, will sing his first Otello from Verdi's penultimate opera in a concert performance with the Opera Orchestra of New York on May 3.
Local One, the theatrical stagehands union, and the Nederlander Organization have concluded negotiations for a four-year contract that will be ratified at a special union meeting in mid-September…
Broadway box office, as well as the overall temperature, dropped last week in the Baked Apple, with grosses totaling $10,109,835, down a not insubstantial $155,683 from the previous week.
Artistic director Lynne Meadow and executive producer Barry Grove announced casting for the Manhattan Theatre Club's 1999-2000 season.
It's finally, finally official. Elton John and Tim Rice's Disney musical "Aida" will swim the length of the Nile to open on Broadway at the Palace Theatre on March 23, with previews beginning Feb. 23.
Scott Elliott, artistic director of the New Group, announced that Dimitry Lipkin's "Cranes" will be the first production of the theater company's 1999-2000 season. Perfs will begin Oct. 5 at the…
Playwrights Horizons has gotten eclectic with its casting for the world premiere of the musical play "James Joyce's The Dead."
Garth Drabinsky had a unique way of celebrating the anniversary of his suspension from Livent.
After giving us blowup-size sharks, elephants and mountain climbers, the large-format field may have to wait for Disney's "Fantasia 2000" to once again justify its visual grandeur. "Wildfire: Feel…
Die! Mommy! Die!" is Charles Busch's funniest, most accomplished and, without question, raunchiest work. And this from the playwright who gave us such seminal works of late 20th century camp as…