Freed at last from the show's long-running legal dramas, producers can finally get moving on potential incarnations across the country and around the globe.
Producers of Broadway tuner "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" fired back at director Julie Taymor with a legal defense and countersuit filed in response to the suit Taymor brought against them last…
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.
Joyce Ketay and Seth Glewen have been upped to co-heads of Gersh's legit department.
The most refreshing thing about "Max & Ruby," the musical adaptation of the popular children's books and subsequent Nick Jr. cartoon, is that the characters are allowed to be innocent.
In this fascinating and entertaining one-hander by Glen Berger -- which has been making the regional rounds since it bowed Off Broadway in 2001 -- a well-worn travel guide initially checked out 113…
Story theater can be charming. So can children's theater, folk theater and fairy tales. But there has to be some point in modifying these forms for enjoyable adult consumption. Glen Berger's…
"Underneath the Lintel" follows the odyssey of an obsessive Dutch librarian whose curiosity begins with the return of a tattered volume that appears to be a mere 131 years overdue. The clues surface…
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