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Sweet Bird Of Youth
World premieres by Rebecca Gilman and Seth Bockley, a new play by Tracey Scott Wilson, a new revival of tuner "Brigadoon" and a production of Mary Zimmerman's "The White Snake" are among the titles…
World premieres by Rebecca Gilman, Tracey Scott Wilson and Seth Bockley, a revival of tuner "Brigadoon" and a production of Mary Zimmerman's "The White Snake" are among the titles on tap for the…
Dominated by tuners, the London legit scene nevertheless experienced a distinct shortage of new musical offerings in 2012 -- but that looks poised to change in 2013, with the season already filling…
LONDON -- James McAvoy ("Atonement") will lead a new West End production of "Macbeth," adding to the burgeoning number of star-driven productions with Vanessa Redgrave, James Earl Jones and Kim…
Diane Lane delivers a superbly convincing performance as faded, drug-addled movie star Alexandra del Lago in a Chicago revival of Tennessee Williams' 1959 drama "Sweet Bird of Youth."
Diane Lane will topline a fall staging of Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth" this fall at the Goodman Theater in Chicago.
David Cromer has signed on to direct a new Chicago production of "Rent," opening next year in a staging from the Windy City's American Theater Company and About Face Theater.
One month short of Tennessee Williams' 100th birthday, the Fountain presents conclusive evidence of life in the old boy to the end in his final opus "A House Not Meant to Stand."
A just-retired actress faces the void left by a life emptied of all roles save herself in Cam Archer's imagefest.
Harvey Frand, Emmy-winning producer of "Battlestar Galactica," died in Los Angeles after a brief hospitalization for respiratory problems. He was 68.
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