Sony is in talks with Pulitzer Prize winner David Auburn to write the screenplay for the movie reboot of "Charlie's Angels." Auburn’s play “Proof” won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for drama and he…
David Auburn’s short play “An Upset” came to life Saturday night at a unique location — the iconic Sheats-Goldstein Residence in Beverly Hills. “I was a semi-pro tennis player in France and Italy…
There’s something sad and lonely about a summer cottage in winter, a forlorn quality that permeates helmer Daniel Sullivan’s sensitive production of David Auburn’s “Lost Lake.” Like the dilapidated…
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Veteran legiters William Craver and Peter Lawrence, nonprofit org Career Transition for Dancers and North Carolina's long-running historical drama "The Lost Colony" are set to receive the 2013 Tony…
A new play by a Pulitzer winner and another by a fast-rising up-and-comer are among the brewing works tapped for development as part of the National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill…
LONDON — The tuner version of Alice Walker's "The Color Purple" will receive its European preem at London's Menier Chocolate Factory this summer in a new production helmed by John Doyle. Produced by…
For a moment, first-nighters at the world preem of David Auburn's "The Columnist" didn't know if it was Grace Gummer or Mamie Gummer walking Billy Crudup down the aisle of the Samuel J. Friedman…
Supported by a solid cast, John Lithgow finds the humanity in this irascible, obsessive and quite unlikable demigod.
David Auburn is looking for witches and vampires and has come on to adapt Deborah Harkness' "A Discovery of Witches" for Warner Bros. and producers Denise Di Novi and Allison Greenspan.
The manic-depressive character who has a meltdown in "Side Effects" isn't the only one who goes off her meds in this shaky mounting of Michael Weller's two-hander about a self-sabotaging power couple.
A brisk, streamlined treatment of this classic American play, which caused a sensation in its day.