UCLA Theater professor Gary Gardner, who was named No. 1 UCLA Instructor for eight straight years during his 40-year tenure at the School of Theater, Film and Television, died of natural causes in…
The cunning new play "Bracken Moor," a cross between a thunderingly old-fashioned family drama and an unnerving ghost story, is not the dated fare it appears to be.
Summer tourism and the PR boost of the Tony Awards combined to land 11 Broadway shows in the millionaires' club last week, with the four trophies scored by "Pippin" helping that revival to break the…
David Mamet's trifle "November" suddenly looks like a political classic compared to Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn's "Yes, Prime Minister." Recycled and updated from a U.K.TV series, this stage comedy…
With the Tonys out of the way, the Broadway productions featured on the kudocast have begun to lock in upcoming plans.
The good news just keeps coming for "Kinky Boots." The musical capped its Tony Award triumph by posting its best weekly sales figure so far, sashaying its way up to number four in the frame's Top 10.
This year it might have been something of a blessing that the pre-show awards weren't televised: It gave the ceremony's voice-over announcer a little time to work out the kinks.
After having spent two consecutive years at the Upper West Side Beacon Theater, The Tony Awards returned to Radio City Music Hall for their 67th show.
"I was surprised," he says, when he heard the Tony Awards had decided to give him its annual Isabelle Stevenson Award for significant contribution to humanitarian or charitable causes.
How do you turn an analysis of contemporary East/West politics into a smart-mouthed, sharply paced drama? Pour it into a convincing thriller plot. That's what Lucy Kirkwood has done in her seriously…