The opening hour of "Last Resort" is crisp, tense and full of possibilities.
Afrobeat bio-musical "Fela!" will return to Broadway this summer, with the international touring production of the show landing at the Hirschfeld Theater for a 32-perf stint.
Upcoming shows include CW's "The Carrie Diaries," ABC's "Nashville," NBC's "Chicago Fire," Fox's "The Mindy Project," more . . .
L.A. gets a welcome early present for Christmas, Kwanzaa and Hanukkah, to be cherished by anyone moved by music's power to resist oppression.
The National Theater leads the pack with 17 nominations in the Society of London Theaters' newly relaunched Olivier Awards, set to take place at the Theater Royal Drury Lane on March 13.
Tony nominees Scarlet Johansson, Sahr Ngaujah, Jon Michael Hill and Eddie Redmayne are among the thesps to pick up a 2010 Theater World Award.
Will the Tonys please stop snubbing Nathan Lane?
"Fela!" and "La Cage aux Folles" top the list of 2010 Tony Award nominations with eleven nods a piece. "Fences" notched ten.
A wildly loose-limbed journey into the throbbing heart of Afrobeat.
The much-discussed Broadway transfer of Off Broadway buzz magnet "Fela!" is now official: Producers have confirmed a fall opening for the musical at the Eugene O'Neill Theater.
We're going to sweat up here," promises lead performer Sahr Ngaujah at the start of Bill T. Jones' hyperkinetic chronicle of the artistic, social, political and spiritual awakening of Nigerian…
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