"Cheers" and "The West Wing" actor Roger Rees, who won a Tony for “The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickelby,” died Friday in New York. He was 71. The New York Times’ Scott Heller tweeted the news…
Crack scribes Betty Comden and Adolph Green were "work-spouses" for 64 years while married to others. Speculation on how such unconventional relationships can play out feeds into the new Old Globe…
“Boardwalk Empire” actor Vincent Piazza has closed a deal to join the cast of Warner Bros. “Jersey Boys.” Director Clint Eastwood and producer Graham King have always liked Piazza for the role of…
As one of the characters in "The Addams Family" might put it, "Is there a mortician in the house?"
Broadway musical "Once" led the pack of 2012 Tony nominations, nabbing a total of 11 nods including one for top tuner.
Broadway tuner "The Addams Family" will shutter at the end of the year, finishing up a run that began in March 2010.
A fanciful prequel to J. M. Barrie's beloved children's story about a little boy who wouldn't grow up.
The new Broadway musical is kooky but not spooky or ooky.
Two Gotham-bound shows that met a mixed response from critics in their Chicago tryouts are now busy retooling before their New York bows.
They're campy and they're kooky, quite antic and hopelessly romantic. That's "The Addams Family."
Premiering at Chicago's Goodman Theater, wispy new jukebox tuner "Turn of the Century" floats along on a thin time-traveling premise and a series of occasionally cute quips.