Douglas Carter Beane's satiric look at Hollywood duplicity and deception, "The Little Dog Laughed," is hitting the provinces, and while auds might not get every insider reference or bitchy zinger…
The inventive perspectives on life brought to the stage by contemporary Irish playwrights continue to define the terrain occupied by 3-year-old D.C. theater troupe Solas Nua.
"Fragments" -- Brook's collection of five Beckett pieces, three exquisitely expressive performers and one notably void rectangular playing space -- makes only this single U.S. stop in Chicago on a…
Zorro is set to swashbuckle his way through a UK tour of a new tuner about the Latin swordsman, with the aim of leaving a mark on the West End.
ShoWest has named the Greater Union Organization, Australia's largest and oldest film exhibitor, its International Exhibitor of the Year.
As every young, single New Yorker quickly learns, real estate is destiny in this town, a fact of urban life that Brooke Berman addresses with bracing wit and intelligence in "Hunting and Gathering."
After a sales boost that came along with Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend, January tightened its icy grip on Broadway box office in Week 35 (Jan. 21-27), with total sales falling around $1.8…
Iranian auteur Abbas Kiarostami is to try his adept hand at opera. The award-winning director plans to stage Mozart's "Cosi Fan Tutte" at July's prestigious Aix-en-Provence music festival in southern…
The performers whose lives provided the fodder for "A Chorus Line" will now have a financial participation in the current Broadway revival of the show and in future major productions of the tuner.
Mike Nichols' Broadway revival of "The Country Girl" has booked the Jacobs Theater, where the show will open in April. Toplined by previously announced stars Morgan Freeman, Frances McDormand and…
Pretty much everyone in the New York theater community believes the $450 "Young Frankenstein" ticket was a producerial blunder. It turns out producer Robert F.X. Sillerman thinks so too.