Move over, Matilda and Annie, there's a new gal in town. A fountain-of-youth fable based on the ’70s children's classic, “Tuck Everlasting” centers on adventuresome 11-year-old Winnie Foster (Sarah…
“Something Rotten!,” the new musical comedy directed by “The Book of Mormon” and “Aladdin” helmer Casey Nicholaw (pictured, above) and produced by Kevin McCollum (“Motown,” “Avenue Q”), has locked in…
Jonathan Freeman, the actor who portrayed the villain Jafar in Disney’s 1992 animated pic “Aladdin,” will reprise his role onstage in the Broadway-bound legit adaptation of the tale, in which he’ll…
New York City Center’s long-running Encores! program, which has yielded a string of commercial Broadway transfers including the still-running revival of “Chicago,” has set a 2014 season that will…
After nine Tonys and rapturous notices, Broadway's "The Book of Mormon" is still evidently selling tickets up to the time when Malia Obama can run for president.
Warner Bros. Theatrical Ventures has confirmed a Broadway return for the musical "Elf," set for a yuletide run at the Hirschfeld Theater.
A low-tech, old-fashioned and campy version of Disney's hit film.
The 65th annual Tony awards went by the book -- "The Book of Mormon," that is, which nabbed nine awards in a sweep that was largely expected along the Rialto.
Broadway tuner "Catch Me If You Can" and features "Black Swan," "Burlesque" and "Mao's Last Dancer" are among the nominees tapped for the dance-centric Fred and Adele Astaire Awards.
Given the key contributors that "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone teamed with for their first Broadway outing, one might expect "The Book of Mormon" to show the influences of…