With the Tony Awards out of the way, Broadway can now get down to ironing out its plans for the fall. The newest confirmed additions to the slate: “A Bronx Tale,” the musical co-directed by Robert De…
It’s not a stretch to imagine a musical version of "A Bronx Tale.” The 1993 film adaptation of Chazz Palminteri’s autobiographical one-man play — about growing up in the '60s in a tough…
Bette Midler will star in a 2017 Broadway revival of the musical “Hello, Dolly!,” directed by Jerry Zaks and produced by Scott Rudin. Midler, who showed off her power at the Broadway box office in…
Whoopi Goldberg looms large over the new musical comedy "Sister Act," and that's part of the problem.
To its credit, "The 101 Dalmatians Musical" is a polished, highly professional affair for kids -- it's directed, after all, by Jerry Zaks, and sponsored by Purina.
Two Gotham-bound shows that met a mixed response from critics in their Chicago tryouts are now busy retooling before their New York bows.
"Who Do You Love" follows the story of Leonard Chess, founder of Chess Records and the man who delivered Chicago blues and Chuck Berry to the world.
When he dramatized a part of the plot of his Pulitzer-winning novel, Herman Wouk had no way of knowing that a half-century later, "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" would seem so disconcertingly…
Tracy Lord suffers from "exceptionally high standards," or so we're told early in "The Philadelphia Story," the Jerry Zaks production that brings the initial season of Kevin Spacey's Old Vic regime…
In post-election 2004 America, musicals don't come with more built-in topicality than Jerry Herman's "La Cage aux Folles," which deals with homophobia and a political platform constructed on moral…
Nathan Lane will star in a new Broadway revival of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's "The Man Who Came to Dinner." Jerry Zaks will direct the production, which will begin performances June 30 at the…