Video and projection designers join set designers in Tony glory
Broadway musical "Once" led the pack of 2012 Tony nominations, nabbing a total of 11 nods including one for top tuner.
Broadway musical "Nice Work If You Can Get It" tops the list of Outer Critics Circle nominations, scoring nine noms in the first round of legit kudos to announce contenders this season. Two more…
Upon a preliminary viewing back in February, "Spider-Man" was a spectacular mess. The finished version is reasonably improved but somewhat less spectacular.
It may seem hard to believe at this point, but the creatives involved in "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" do recognize the value of simplicity.
The first official announcement of the "Spider-Man" musical has confirmed the show's February 2010 opening at Broadway's Hilton Theater -- although at this point, one of the only bits of news…
Flying fishtails! Well, not exactly. Instead, the singing sirens of "The Little Mermaid" glide about on Heelys, their arms whirling in faux balletic motion, occasionally accompanied by the thwack of…
There are lots of questions to ponder while being otherwise unengaged by Disney's new stage version of "The Little Mermaid." How can a merman and a squid be brother and sister? How does King Triton…
Mere dollars couldn't have bankrolled the wave of publicity that rolled "Grendel" into its sold-out performance to round out the Los Angeles Opera's 20th season last week. A number of elements pumped…
Noted theater director Andrei Serban, who has staged numerous operas for national and international companies, drew a tough assignment for his Metropolitan Opera debut. The task at hand was actually…
There are moments, many of them in fact, when Jane Bowles' 1953 play "In the Summer House" is as misty and pleasant as a sea breeze in June. And just as ungraspable. Dialogue that could, in one…