Acting legend Mitsuko Mori, 87, will take to the boards once again in her signature role, Fumiko Hayashi, in "A Wanderer's Notebook" ("Horoki"), a play based on the writer's life that bowed in 1961…
With the Broadway strike over as abruptly as it started, legiters scrambled to take the Rialto from zero to 60 after the work stoppage that darkened more than 25 productions for 19 days.
"Swimming With Sharks" opened too late for consideration for this year's Evening Standard Theater Awards, but if there were a prize for best speech, the show's star, Christian Slater, would have run…
Look away, Dixieland. The Geffen Playhouse's Civil War-era "Atlanta: The Musical" is one of those "What were they thinking?" enterprises whose intentions become more mysterious, and execution more…
The lineup for the Public Theater's "Under the Radar" festival has been announced for Jan. 9 – 20.
Having started out in the Seattle legit biz working the box office 27 years ago at ACT Theater, Kevin Hughes has now been named its managing director.
The two sides of the labor dispute that has darkened the Rialto for nearly three weeks announced late Wednesday that a tentative deal had been struck. All shuttered shows are on track to resume…
Broadway producers and stagehands returned to the bargaining table Wednesday morning for another marathon session in an attempt to end the 19-day strike that has shut down most Rialto offerings.
A regular fave of Brooklyn Academy of Music's Next Wave festivals, Hamburg's Thalia Theater company trains the unblinking eye of Neo-expressionism on Wedekind's "Lulu" in a production that is…
Toy Symphony" triumphantly overcomes the Oz entertainment industry's constant lament -- that projects for film and stage are fast-tracked into production without sufficient development.