"Cabaret" and "The Baker's Wife" are on tap for the Reprise Theater Company's 2011-12 season of musical revivals, with one more show still to be added.
Joseph Stein, who wrote the book for tuner "Fiddler on the Roof," died Oct. 24 in Manhattan from a fall. He was 98 and had been ailing from prostate cancer.
Joseph Stein and Stan Daniels' "Enter Laughing" is the 32-year-old musicalization of Stein's 45-year-old comedy adaptation of Carl Reiner's 50-year-old memoir.
Charlotte Moore's stripped-down staging of "Take Me Along" reveals layers of heartfelt sentiment not normally evident in the 50-year-old Bob Merrill tuner based on Eugene O'Neill's nostalgic comedy…
Stan Daniels, who won Emmys as co-creator and executive producer of "Taxi," and writer-producer of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," died April 6 of heart failure in Encino, Calif. He was 72.
Stephen Schwartz's "The Baker's Wife" has some ephemeral charms but now seems pretty stale bread. Best known for the soaring ballad "Meadowlark," the 1976 musical is one of those much-loved but…
Broadway turned into Madison Square Garden on fight night last week. New York Post legit reporter Michael Riedel and "Fiddler on the Roof" director David Leveaux reportedly got physical Thursday…
It's 40 years since "Enter Laughing" was the vehicle for the ascent to stardom by Alan Arkin. The backstage comedy was never a great play. It hasn't improved with age, and the Berkshire Theater…
From time to time, Goodspeed Musicals comes to the rescue of underdog musicals, as it's doing twofold with a mainstage "King of Hearts" and a second-stage development production of a new version of…