“Casa Valentina,” the new play by “Kinky Boots” book writer Harvey Fierstein, has locked in a Broadway bow this spring in a production directed by “Wicked” helmer Joe Mantello. World premiere…
The Broadway revival of "Orphans," starring Alec Baldwin, is the latest Tony contender to post a closing notice.
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After all the hoo-hah about the backstage battles that had Alec Baldwin climbing onto his high horse and Shia LaBeouf crawling off the field, you'd have expected this "Orphans" revival to be carried…
Tom Hanks is a natural. Although he hasn't trod the boards in years, the affable movie star takes to the stage like a fish to water in “Lucky Guy,” Nora Ephron's affectionate nostalgia piece about…
Ben Foster has been tapped to replace Shia LaBeouf in “Orphans,” the Broadway play in which Foster will now star opposite Alec Baldwin and Tom Sturridge. Show will mark the Rialto debut for the…
Shia LaBeouf has exited the Broadway play "Orphans" a week and a half into rehearsals for the show, which is set to begin previews March 19.
Shia LaBeouf will make his Broadway debut in the upcoming Rialto production of 1983 play "Orphans," joining a cast that already includes Alec Baldwin. Previews March 19 ahead of an April 7 opening at…
Hollywood's newest production banner has many heads: established pre-vis company the Third Floor, Oscar-winning production designer Robert Stromberg, "Avatar" concept artist and production designer…
Alec Baldwin will return to Broadway next spring in Lyle Kessler's "Orphans," directed by Daniel Sullivan and produced by Frederick Zollo and Robert Cole. It's the first Broadway staging of the play.