Avner Garbi, an Israeli actor and director who co-founded the Jewish Repertory Theater in Gotham and was a founding member of the West Coast Ensemble, died May 22 in Los Angeles. He was 70. Garbi was…
Turns out you can go home again: The incoming Broadway revival of "Les Miserables" will open next spring at the Imperial Theater, the venue where the original Rialto production played for more than…
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…
New productions of Marx brothers tuner "Animal Crackers" and 2010 musical "Johnny Baseball" are among the titles joining "The Bridges of Madison County" on the 2013 slate at the Williamstown…
"Silence! The Musical" continues to carve out a commercial Off Broadway life for itself with a transfer to a new midtown venue later this month, when thesp Randy Harrison ("Queer as Folk") will join…
Polly Findlay's production of Sophocles' tragedy is set in a Cold War-era bunker, where women in suits pass folders to uniformed army officers; functionaries bend over reel-to-reel tape players; and…
New Yorkers starved for musical theater have in the past 10 days been serenaded with not one but two vibrant and compelling scores by Kurt Weill.
The two-hander never rises above its repartee to become a fully fledged play.
The first international production of London hit "Billy Elliot: The Musical" will wrap its Sydney run on Nov. 23, following 53 weeks of performances, before transferring to Melbourne.
Scribe Tracy Letts nabbed the 2008 Pulitzer for drama for his play "August: Osage County," currently logging strong sales on Broadway in a glowingly reviewed production.
Toho is an old-time Hollywood mogul's dream: a vertically integrated behemoth with its own theater chain and studio -- both the biggest in the country -- whose lineup dominates the domestic B.O.…