Garth Drabinsky, the Canadian stage producer who’s served jail time for fraud and forgery, has locked in plans for his comeback production. “Sousatzka,” a new musical with a score by Richard Maltby…
Following in the footsteps of movies-turned-musicals such as "Kinky Boots" and "Billy Elliot," an adaptation of the 2001 French film "Amelie" is aimed at Broadway. Dan Messe of the Brooklyn-based…
With the eyes of the Gotham theater industry focused on the current Tony race, you might not notice that in an under-the-radar Down Under locale, there's a big new stage show swinging into production.
It takes great determination and no little effort to screw up "Marry Me a Little," the charming 1980 pocket musical that Craig Lucas and the late Norman Rene cleverly engineered from songs that were…
Carol Kane will topline a new Craig Lucas play, "The Lying Lesson," as part of the 2012-13 season at Off Broadway's Atlantic Theater Company.
Reality blurred by fantasy, teen sexuality, Internet chatrooms, a murky murder plot -- it's not a new HBO drama, it's "Two Boys," the disquieting and absorbing first opera from composer Nico Muhly.
A dainty fable about the limits of language in matters of the heart.
Play's premise begs to have its head examined.
The folks onstage in Craig Lucas' "Prayer for My Enemy" are all struggling to make sense of themselves and their roles in a mystifying universe.
Craig Lucas has placed the world on the couch with "Singing Forest," his long-in-development three-act work that takes a sweeping and analytical look at the effects of history on the lives of some…
With "Cellini," John Patrick Shanley continues a minor trend of accomplished playwrights shooting for the moon and belly-flopping back to earth. Craig Lucas and Wendy Wasserstein have previously…