"Let the church chillax," instructs Andre De Shields' deeply funky pastor in Classical Theater of Harlem's revival of "Black Nativity."
Alchemy of helmer Gordon Davidson and star Hal Linden turns a relatively eventless work into something sweet and satisfying.
Chronicling the birth of television and the ensuing patent war through the clash between an enterprising scientific genius from Utah and a Russian immigrant turned hard-nosed corporate honcho, "The…
Adult actors and assistant stage managers who work legit performances at Gotham's American Girl Place have voted a second time to unionize, with Actors' Equity serving as their bargaining…
The annual Summer Play Fest has struck up a partnership with Off Broadway's Public Theater, with the annual showcase of new legit work playing its fifth season next summer at the Public.
David Hyde Pierce has reupped with "Curtains," extending his run in the Broadway tuner by six months. His stint in the show will now end Aug. 31, 2008.
Broadway shook off the strike last week, and a string of returning shows hit the ground running, playing five or six perfs over the frame after Wednesday's resolution of the work stoppage.
The mandarins of Peking Opera are hoping that a state-of-the-art, multimillion-dollar opera house in downtown Beijing will give the art form a shot in the arm and help reverse a trend of dwindling…
For anyone who follows New York theater, one of the pleasures of the past two seasons has been witnessing the extraordinary mid-career blossoming of Martha Plimpton.
Canadian playwright-actor Daniel MacIvor may have abandoned his successful series of one-man shows last spring, but he hasn't turned his back on theater. His recent play about Tennessee Williams…
Caroline O'Connor will topline new Aussie musical period drama "The Hatpin," from a troika of mainstage tyros, scribe James Millar, helmer Kim Hardwick and composer Peter Rutherford.