Ink on the Tony nominations is barely dry and already one show has called it quits: Sales-challenged "The Testament of Mary" will shutter May 5 after a short run. It's common for struggling…
Playwright and activist Larry Kramer will be receive the annual Isabelle Stevenson Award as part of the 2013 Tony Awards June 9. The laurel, named after the former prexy of Tony co-presenter American…
Where to begin? Well, there’s a live vulture on stage, and an uprooted tree suspended in mid-air, and a pool of water that appears to be bottomless. And that’s before the house lights even go down on…
Longrunning Broadway tuner “Mamma Mia!” will shift from the Winter Garden Theater, its home of the last 12 years, to the Broadhurst Theater later this year. At 1,182 seats, the Broadhurst — currently…
In 1949, when “The Big Knife” was first done on Broadway, Clifford Odets’ disenchanted Hollywood matinee idol Charlie Castle must have seemed like a tragic hero, a gifted talent and an essentially…
If Thornton Wilder had dropped acid, he might have written "Smokefall," a new play by Noah Haidle being given its world premiere at South Coast Repertory.
Steve franks, creator and showrunner of Psych, doesn't mind tempting fate.
Christopher Durang's play "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" opened March 14 at Broadway's John Golden Theater following an Off Broadway run at Lincoln Center Theater, where the show opened in the…
"The Turn of the Screw" is a story with ghosts, which is not the same thing as a ghost story.
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