New plays by Pulitzer and Tony winner Doug Wright (“I Am My Own Wife,” “Grey Gardens”) and Broadway alum Rajiv Joseph (“Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo”) are among the works set to world premiere…
New plays by Pulitzer winners Annie Baker and Doug Wright are among the nine in-development stage projects tapped for the Sundance Institute's 2014 Theater Lab. Baker, who just picked up the Pulitzer…
"Hands on a Hardbody" is taking its hands off the vehicle and withdrawing from the competition, with the Broadway musical posting a closing notice for the end of the week. Most legiters had already…
The movie stars who showed up for the March 21 opening-night curtain call of “Hands on a Hardbody” weren't the usual Hollywood types. They were the real-life subjects of the 1997 doc on which the…
Well, Broadway finally got itself an all-American musical in “Hands on a Hardbody.” The question is, will an all-American audience go for it? It's hard to picture hotel concierges, travel agents and…
The fresh premise of "Hands on a Hardbody" -- the last of 10 Texans to break contact with a Nissan pickup truck drives it away -- doesn't disguise a debt to other tuners.
There's history behind "Standing on Ceremony: the Gay Marriage Plays," a feel-good show celebrating gay marriage.
Disney execs haven't been shy about saying that the Mouse House should have made "The Blind Side."
Adapter/director Doug Wright dispels all library mustiness from "Creditors."
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Doug Wright has teamed with lyricist Amanda Green to turn the 1997 documentary "Hands on a Hard Body" into a stage musical.