Samuel D. Hunter made a splash a couple of years ago with “The Whale,” an offbeat play about a 600-pound man determined to eat himself to death as a desperate protest gesture. Compared to that highly…
T.R. Knight will star in the world premiere of “Pocatello,” the new play by Samuel D. Hunter getting its world premiere at Off Broadway’s Playwrights Horizons. “Grey’s Anatomy” alum Knight was an Off…
In some episodes this season, the number of guest stars on The Good Wife has outnumbered the cast — headed by Juliana Margulies, Christine Baranski and Josh Charles — but with good reason. Having a…
The Jackie Robinson who titled his 1972 autobiography "I Never Had It Made" — and meant it — is scarcely present in "42," a relentlessly formulaic biopic that succeeds at transforming one of the most…
Tony Danza will topline the tuner version of 1992 comedy "Honeymoon in Vegas," preeming in Toronto this fall ahead of a planned Broadway run.
Dan Farah of Farah Films has teamed with Hammerstein Prods. and producer Roy Gabay to develop New Line Cinema's 1992 comedy "Honeymoon in Vegas" as a Broadway musical.
Producer Jeffrey Richards is a fan of the early curtain. He's said so in these pages, and his three fall productions, "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson," "The Merchant of Venice" and "A Life in the…
The darkness descends early in Neil Pepe's staging of David Mamet's backstage two-hander.
"Parade" must be accounted, by any standard, Southern California's production of the year.
Two episodes into its fourth season, "Grey's Anatomy" continues to look a little peaked.