For its international debut in Sydney ahead of a Broadway bow in fall 2008, London hit "Billy Elliot the Musical" has undergone a slight but significant makeover.
After 38 years of dealmaking, CAA agent Michael Peretzian is leaving the tenpercentery biz at year's end to become a full-time theater director.
Vet TV/legit scripter Jim Geoghan's lightweight Hell's Kitchen fable has proved popular holiday fare on stages nationwide since its 1993 premiere.
The most famous sequence from Hitchcock's "Torn Curtain" is the silent scene in which Paul Newman takes several minutes to kill an East German spy. That's nothing compared with playwright Alan…
It's not a musical, it's a very naughty oratorio with full orchestra, a generous choir, four soloists, Eric Idle and his co-composer on "Monty Python's Spamalot," John Du Prez, as conductor.
Wrangled down to a mere four hours (with a break for complimentary sandwiches and soda), "No Dice" is billed as the streamlined version of an 11-hour epic performance piece constructed by Nature…
Even before Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals helped popularize the game, playing Spot-That-Classical-Melody was always good sport.
The most refreshing thing about "Max & Ruby," the musical adaptation of the popular children's books and subsequent Nick Jr. cartoon, is that the characters are allowed to be innocent.
Premiered in 2002 at Pittsburgh's City Theater, "Mrs. Bob Cratchit's Wild Christmas Binge" has become a popular alternative Yuletide offering for small-to-midsize theaters nationwide.
Alec Baldwin and Charles Busch topline the 2008 summer season at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, N.Y.
Terrence Howard, Anika Noni Rose, James Earl Jones and Phylicia Rashad head an all-black cast in the latest Broadway revival of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," set to open in March.
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