The new, improved “Side Show” smells like a hit. Helmer Bill Condon’s shrewd reworking of this short-lived 1997 cult musical by Henry Krieger and Bill Russell (which comes to Gotham via La Jolla and…
The freaks will invade Broadway this fall, with the high-profile regional revival of cult 1997 musical “Side Show,” directed by Bill Condon, booking the St. James Theater for a run that begins…
WASHINGTON — The 2013-14 theater season in Washington, D.C. is shaping up to include a number of titles that might interest legiters in Gotham and beyond, with the recently announced pre-Broadway…
Bill Condon will helm a revised version of 1997 musical "Side Show" that will play Washington, D.C.'s Kennedy Center and La Jolla Playhouse during the 2013-14 season.
Theater and movie industry execs Jed Bernstein, Bob Israel and Rich Battista have teamed to launch the Broadway and Vine Fund, a new fund for optioning movie titles for musical theater adaptations…
Broadway and TV vet Orson Bean and TV and stage thesp (and former Miss America) Lee Meriwether will join the cast of the musical workshop of "Radio Girl."
Show reveals itself to be what Eyen and Krieger's tuner always has been: top-drawer Broadway.
The North American touring production of "Dreamgirls" will kick off at the Apollo Theater in November 2009.
The new John Patrick Shanley-Henry Krieger musical comedy "Romantic Poetry" is neither romantic nor poetic; there's lots of music -- 25 songs, no less -- but the comedy is mostly in the mind of…
In the next few weeks, multiple productions will bow Off Broadway that were developed at under-the-radar legit org New York Stage & Film. A pipeline for Gotham theater since 1984, the company's…
Paradigm has bolstered its legit fortunes by hiring Jack Tantleff, the co-head of WMA's theater department since 2003.
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