An exquisite but vividly spare opening sequence sets the tone for "War Horse," immediately electrifying audiences' imaginations.
South African stage show "African Footprint" is taking its first steps in the U.S., with a North American tour that begins in New Orleans Nov. 1.
Just last season, Gotham playgoers spent nine hours with the famously literate Tom Stoppard's three-play cycle about 19th century Russian intellectuals, "The Coast of Utopia." Now hot on its heels…
The road saw a slight upgrade in Week 20 (Oct. 8-14), gaining about $500,000. The 13-show slate is starting on what will hopefully be a continuing uphill climb, grossing a total of $13,741,576.
Regardless of where it played, the Wooster Group's "Hamlet" would be significant. At the Public Theater, it's especially so.
Helmer Richard Eyre is riding high on "Notes on a Scandal," his most successful movie yet. His next film project, directing his own screenplay based on Bernhard Schlink's short story "The Other Man"…
Legiters don't know exactly how much of a boost "Young Frankenstein" gave the Broadway cume last week -- but it was a big one.
You won't be seeing Ethan Hawke onstage for a while, but that's not because he's burned out on theater after those nine-hour marathon perfs of "The Coast of Utopia." Opening Off Broadway Nov. 7, the…
Off Broadway hit "Passing Strange" is heading for Broadway, opening at the Belasco Theater in February.
The Sundance Institute has announced its call for submissions for the 2008 Theater Lab. The program selects up to eight projects for workshop, providing facilities and teachers to the participants.
More Shakespeare news: Ruben Santiago-Hudson, David Strathairn and Frances McDormand, along with Anne Bogart's Siti Company, will each explore one of the five acts of "Macbeth" at Classic Stage…