Rebecca Gilman's 2001 Pulitzer Prize finalist "The Glory of Living" audaciously takes its audience to a very dark place.
It really is the season of the play on Broadway.
In the words of the karaoke favorite, "Girls just wanna have fun." So do theatergoers of both genders, but "Girls Night: The Musical" doesn't make it easy.
Peter DuBois, associate director and producer at New York's Public Theater, is expected to be named a.d. of Beantown's Huntington Theater Company this week.
It's hard to begrudge a crew of nattily dressed Christmas carolers the unavoidable saccharine they're bound to generate while performing their duties, but it's possible.
Stagehands union Local One has ratified a new work contract with the League of American Theaters and Producers, officially bringing to a close the labor dispute that shut down Broadway for 19 days…
Broadway producers have worked out a subscription offer for three of this season's plays, hawking one ticket to each of three shows -- "August: Osage County," "The Homecoming" and "November" -- for a…
Will all this drama turn into tragedy? With Broadway hustling to recover its stride in the wake of the recent stagehands strike, four commercial productions of straight plays have opened over a…
He cemented an enduring reputation as a novelist, short story writer, humorist and essayist, but Mark Twain never cracked the challenge of becoming a playwright, despite multiple stabs.
Kate Burton is set for a return to "Spring Awakening" later this month, while young thesp Blake Bashoff will step into the "Spring" role originated by Tony-winner John Gallagher Jr.
Nothing says Christmas like suicide, drag queens and nudity. Well, at least in New York, where adults-only holiday entertainment has become a thriving subgenre.
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