Making a musical of “Doctor Zhivago” (based on the 1957 novel by Boris Pasternak, by way of the 1965 David Lean movie with Omar Sharif and Julie Christie) seems like a bold undertaking. But you have…
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Tam Mutu, the London stage actor who’s never before appeared on Broadway, will play the title role in “Doctor Zhivago,” the musical that opens in the spring at the Broadway Theater. Mutu, whose U.K…
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The long-aborning musical “Doctor Zhivago” has locked in its Broadway home at last, with producers booking an April opening at the Broadway Theater. The stage adaptation of the epic…
Billy Crystal has marked his calendar for the Broadway return of “700 Sundays,” the autobiographical solo show that proved a box office powerhouse when it preemed on the Rialto in 2004. Crystal made…
A world premiere by Edward Albee and the U.S. bow of Caryl Churchill's new play are among notable additions to Off Broadway's 2013-14 lineup.
Glum, overengineered "Yoshimi" is a concept in search of a demographic, much effort expended to remarkably little effect.
Legit helmer Des McAnuff will pick up the 2012 National Arts Center Award, the prestigious Canuck kudo presented as part of the country's Governor General's Performing Arts Awards.
The most thoughtful and scintillating reading of the Webber/Rice rock opera since its 1969 recording.
It's looking increasingly likely that we can add "Jesus Christ Superstar" to the list of Des McAnuff-helmed productions that launched at San Diego's La Jolla Playhouse prior to landing on Broadway.
The unlikely pairing of Christopher Plummer and Des McAnuff proves to be a magical combination.