Veteran legiters William Craver and Peter Lawrence, nonprofit org Career Transition for Dancers and North Carolina's long-running historical drama "The Lost Colony" are set to receive the 2013 Tony…
The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Music Theater Conference has lined up a trio of new tuner projects for development during the conference's 2013 summer session, corralling a lineup of…
Longtime legiter William Craver has retired after a 40-year career as an agent, leaving behind day-to-day duties as a tenpercenter at Paradigm and taking on a new role there as agent emeritus…
It seems like a mere 525,600 minutes since "Rent" blew out its last candle over at Broadway's Nederlander Theater. It's already back, and the news is all to the good.
Enduring features of Jonathan Larson's "Rent" are honored in the Hollywood Bowl's recreation.
Neil Patrick Harris will helm a production of "Rent" that will have a brief run at the Hollywood Bowl this summer.
The central credo of Jonathan Larson's 1996 musical "Rent" -- "No day but today" -- echoes around this new, updated version like an indictment.
Jonathan Larson's hit Broadway tuner "Rent" will return to the West End in the fall in a completely new version produced by Ambassador Theater Group, Tulbart Prods. and Michael Brenner. The revival…
"No day but today" feels like yesterday's news in the long-aborning screen version of Jonathan Larson's Pulitzer-winning rock musical, "Rent." Director Chris Columbus has pasted the grungy "La…
David Javerbaum, a scribe for "The Daily Show," and former staff writer for "Late Show with David Letterman," has won the Richard Rodgers Development Award for his new musical, "Suburb."
In a case that shined a rare spotlight on the shadowy role of the theatrical dramaturg, a federal judge ruled Wednesday that the late "Rent" playwright Jonathan Larson never considered dramaturg Lynn…
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