Last week's Broadway box office chart didn't give anyone much to talk about. And a lot of producers will tell you that there's nothing wrong with that.
Rupert Grint will make his London stage debut in in a West End revival of Jez Butterworth's "Mojo" later this year, producers announced today.
Producer Jeffrey Richards will reteam with scribe-actor Tracy Letts and helmer Pam MacKinnon to bring Letts’ 1993 play “Killer Joe” to Broadway for a production aiming to hit the boards sometime in…
"Barnum," the story of the legendary showman, takes place within the circus for which the title character became famous. Acrobatic choreography energizes Cy Coleman's all-the-fun-of-the-fair tunes…
Comedians like Richard Lewis, Ray Romano and Keenen Wayans vividly recall their first time at one of the Improv clubs. Others, such as Larry David and Bill Maher, remember an overarching sense of…
With 20 productions in five years, Jonjo O'Neill has been onstage nearly every evening, with roles ranging from a tapdancing medical experimenter to Richard III.
Kevin Costner and his Treehouse Films have entered into a first-look television deal with Sea To Sky Entertainment, the TV production and distribution joint venture between Lionsgate and Frank…
After wending its way through the international festival circuit since its 2007 debut, “Monkey: Journey to the West” has arrived at Lincoln Center, which is running this eye-popping extravaganza of…
You don’t have to be British to lose your composure and howl with laughter at “The Explorers,” a witty spoof of all those bold Victorian adventurers who ravaged foreign lands and annihilated…
I love you, I hate you, I’ll kill you. That’s the lurid premise of “Murder Ballad,” the hot and sticky rock opera that made auds sweat when it opened six months ago at Manhattan Theater Club’s studio…