The 20th annual New York International Fringe Festival launches tonight, and somewhere in this year’s crop you might find the next “Urinetown,” the 2002 Tony Award winner that launched at the 1999…
UCLA Theater professor Gary Gardner, who was named No. 1 UCLA Instructor for eight straight years during his 40-year tenure at the School of Theater, Film and Television, died of natural causes in…
New York City Center’s long-running Encores! program, which has yielded a string of commercial Broadway transfers including the still-running revival of “Chicago,” has set a 2014 season that will…
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With the New York Intl. Fringe Festival heading into its 15th edition next month, the annual dogpile of scrappy legit shows never turned into the throughway-to-Broadway observers thought it might…
The 15th annual New York Intl. Fringe Festival has lined up a slate of some 200 productions, including the latest tuner from Greg Kotis and Mark Hollman, authors of early Fringe hit "Urinetown."
Tongue-in-cheek is a hard enough act to pull off; it's even harder to follow up.
The legal dispute between the Broadway creatives of "Urinetown" and an Ohio production accused of plagiarizing elements of the Rialto staging has been settled.
Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann, creators of Tony-winner "Urinetown," will premiere another original musical, "Yeast Nation: The Triumph of Life," as part of the upcoming American Theater Company season…
The creators of the Broadway production of "Urinetown! The Musical" have settled a lawsuit against the production team of a 2006 Chicago incarnation that allegedly included plagiarized staging…
Playwright Greg Kotis has a keen ear for genre cliches. His "Urinetown" libretto hoists the socially conscious musical on its own pretentious petard, while his new farce is built on the laconic…
Just weeks after "The Lieutenant of Inishmore" reintroduced legiters to the real meaning of a bloodbath, the Roundabout Theater's production of Greg Kotis' latest play, "Pig Farm," opened Tuesday in…