The dispute between the commercial producers of Broadway musical “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” and the not-for-profit theater where the project originated has arrived at a resolution…
At the Broadway box office, "Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812" is selling like hotcakes. But behind the scenes a dispute over playbill credits has escalated into a lawsuit — and it not…
Josh Groban will make his Broadway debut in “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812,” gearing up to return to New York in September 2016. An uber-successful crooner who’s also an avowed fan of…
Disney has already grabbed her, and she’s got history with Paramount, so playwright Bess Wohl isn’t exactly a free agent. But with her theatrical know-how and offbeat imagination, recently on view in…
“By the Water,” a play by Sharyn Rothstein with something original to say about unhappy families, was an excellent choice for the first production collaboration between MTC, a high-profile…
The partnership between big-league Gotham nonprofit Manhattan Theater Club and scrappy new-work developer Ars Nova will yield its first full production with "By the Water," a new play by Sharyn…
As Russian supper club entertainment goes, “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” could put belly dancers out of business. In this smartly engineered transfer, Dave Malloy’s innovative musical…
"Without Walls" at the La Jolla Playhouse; A festival of about a dozen site-specific works, including a new piece about sea monsters staged on the beach by puppeteer Basil Twist.
Call it experiential; call it immersive; call it event theater. The work itself is often impossible to describe.
It's bittersweet to see Carly Mensch debut her finest play so far just as she heads to LA to write for "Weeds."
A new show from Matt Sax ("Clay") and John Dixon gets a three-week run at Ars Nova after a development process that launched as part of the Gotham theater's comedy series.
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