Mike Leigh's first new play in more than 12 years signals an artist reaffirming cultural roots that had remained muted throughout his career. Whether tilted more toward humor or pathos, Leigh's work…
"The Farnsworth Invention" turns off the TV on March 2, when the Aaron Sorkin play will shutter after about 4½ months on the boards.
Doug Hughes will helm "Farragut North," Beau Willimon's Broadway-bound play about a young man who is a staff member for a rising presidential candidate.
Charles Roven will be honored as producer of the year at ShoWest's annual confab in Las Vegas.
In "Some Girl(s)," Neil LaBute continues his careerlong evisceration of that perennial, and by now a little tired, target: the white heterosexual male.