Gotham legiters already had their eye on "American Idiot," the Green Day musical that opened last week at Berkeley Repertory Theater.
Commercial producers of the new tuner version of "Catch Me if You Can," which opened at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater Aug. 6, have decided to bow the show out of town without a subsequent Broadway run…
The corporate crime that defined the end of the 20th century comes under dramatic scrutiny in Brit playwright Lucy Prebble's "Enron."
The tuner adaptation of "First Wives' Club" opened its out-of-town tryout run at San Diego's Old Globe Theater on Friday, with initial reviews ranging from mixed to unenthusiastic.
Tennessee Williams has had a rough ride on Broadway in recent seasons, with major revivals of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," "The Glass Menagerie" and "A Streetcar Named Desire" all struggling to find much…
The Verdict: Gotham stages have seen their share of major productions of "Twelfth Night" in the past two decades, but few of them have managed to entirely woo the New York critics.
The Verdict: Here's what the New York critics about the latest version of "The Wiz"
The Verdict: To be or not to be on Broadway.
Is the musical adaptation of 1992 Buena Vista hit "Sister Act" one step closer to Broadway heaven or still lingering in commercial purgatory?
Rolf Bickel and Dietrich Wagner's ambitious three-hour docu, based on 430 hours of audiotapes from the 1963-65 trial of 22 Auschwitz SS officers, was originally made for German TV in 1993. First Run…