Some knit; others compose. When not tapping through "On the Town" or needling her next-door neighbor Archie Bunker as Irene Lorenzo, Betty Garrett filled her spare time cranking out lyrics and the…
Gloria Naylor's novel "The Women of Brewster Place," about courage and personal failings among a group of African-American women, was adapted as a sobering TV miniseries in 1989. But a musical?
"August: Osage County," the family drama by Tracy Letts currently previewing on Broadway, surprised no one by dominating Chicago's legit kudos, racking up six Joseph Jefferson Awards Monday night.
South African theater actor Patrick Mynhardt died Oct. 25 in Johannesburg, just hours after a West End performance of his one-man play about his life, "A Boy From Bethulie."
Roundabout kicks off its Underground project to nurture new talent on a promising note with "Speech & Debate." Stephen Karam's savvy comedy about three teenage outsiders grappling with sexual secrets…
Broadway producers and the stagehands' union have agreed to a negotiation session Nov. 7, the first time the two sides will officially meet since they hit an impasse in contract talks Oct. 9.
Halloween weekend proved more trick than treat for Broadway, with the majority of shows dipping at the B.O.
With the irredeemably maudlin "Crossing Brooklyn," Transport Group a.d. Jack Cummings III has found the upper limits of even his ability to salt bland emotion.
Comparisons are inevitable between 1980s warhorse "Les Miserables" and Jill Santoriello's ambitious new musical reinvention of Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities." But while "Tale" has much to…
Populux design runs riot in this sprightly updating of Massenet's "Cendrillon." Cinderella is a fairy tale so iconically familiar it can be adapted to just about any era. Here, director-choreographer…
"Les Miserables" is dismantling the Broadway barricades again. The revival of producer Cameron Mackintosh's perennial megamusical -- which opened at the Broadhurst last fall, 3½ years after the…