Once upon a time, it was Elizabeth Taylor. Now it's Daniel Radcliffe.
How do you hawk a play called "The Motherfucker With the Hat"?
For a couple of months last summer, you could see Al Pacino free-of-charge in the Shakespeare in the Park staging of "The Merchant of Venice."
The Tony voters didn't split Matthew Warchus' chances two years ago when, nommed for "The Norman Conquests" and "God of Carnage," he took home the helmer prize for the latter.
Tony usually has trouble just finding four decent works to nom as best play. Fortunately, gone are the days that the org had to resort to including a new adaptation of a Turgenev play, "Fortune's…
The current Broadway season is awash with new tuners sporting original scores and books.
They are the best lyrics on Broadway that you will never hear on the Tony telecast.
Did you see "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark"? Did anyone die? How many times did they stop the show for technical difficulties? What's going on in the second act? How low has Broadway sunk?
No one who sees the National Theater of Great Britain's haunting stage version of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel about a 16-year-old farmboy who follows his beloved horse into war will ever…
Anika Noni Rose and Matthew Broderick have been tapped to announce the 2011 Tony noms.
Chris Rock, the comic dynamo who comes to Broadway having conquered every other field of entertainment, is the obvious draw for "The Motherfucker With the Hat," Stephen Adly Guirgis' raucous comedy…