By any standard but the playwright's own, August Wilson's "King Hedley II" would probably rank as an impressive accomplishment. There are passages in the play that positively throb with lyrical heat…
"The Producers" dominated with eight awards as the Outer Critics Circle announced its winners for the 2000-01 New York theater season. No fewer than three categories saw a tie, with the outstanding…
"Mnemonic" and "Proof" each took three Lucille Lortel Awards, given for excellence in Off Broadway theater. The awards presentation is a joint venture of the League of Off Broadway Theatres…
The Drama League announced the nominees for its annual awards Thursday. The noms, which mix Broadway and Off Broadway productions, will be presented May 11 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
Whether "The Producers" should be classified as a Broadway musical or a party exploding eight times a week at the St. James Theater can be debated. However you choose to describe it, the show is a…
David Auburn's "Proof" has won the Pulitzer Prize for drama -- the first time in eight years that a Broadway drama has taken the award.
In an unusual spin on awards shows, the Outer Critics Circle bestowed most of its nominations on two productions that have yet to open on Broadway: The revival of "42nd Street," which opens May 2…
Dazzling clouds of language come cascading from the stage in Tom Stoppard's dazzling play "The Invention of Love," sprinkling erudition on us all; but it's a small, familiar phrase, ending in a…
So who says Broadway types aren't sentimental? It may end up costing them a pretty penny, but a quixotic trio of producers have seen fit to grant "A Chorus Line" lyricist Edward Kleban his lifelong…
The 1968 movie "The Producers" is about a stage musical that's absolutely the worst possible -- but, against all odds, it becomes a gargantuan hit.