Lydia R. Diamond's "Stick Fly" leaps with flinty dialogue, crisply tailored performances and a plot laced with hidden secrets and shocking revelations.
Casting director Tara Rubin brought Boggess to the attention of the Las Vegas team behind "The Phantom of the Opera," who made her their first Christine, and she also introduced the actress to "The…
Producers of the hit London revival of the 1962 farce "Boeing-Boeing" have set their sights on a spring Broadway run for the show, posting a casting notice with a March 2008 start date for rehearsals.
A koan, as defined in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is "a paradox to be meditated upon that is used to train Zen Buddhist monks to abandon ultimate dependence on reason and to force them into…
Eighty-four years on, Elmer Rice continues to harangue about the pitifulness of the human condition in "The Adding Machine."
Jessie McCormack has fashioned a likably off-kilter yarn focusing on dysfunctional small-town Southern folk and the hapless young traveler who becomes trapped in their midst.
Off Off Broadway tuner "Gauguin/Savage Light" is back for another go-round, with a fourth engagement of the small-scale musical set to begin later this month.
Earnest plays about the search for religious faith (or the loss of same) are, perforce,CQ mainly of interest to other like-minded searchers (or losers). But Kate Fodor's "100 Saints You Should Know"…
Credit Marie Jones with a light touch and a rare gift for character development: The first act of her new play "Rock Doves" approaches the whimsy of her pleasant 2001 Broadway two-hander "Stones in…
Young producers John Pinckard and Orin Wolf are the inaugural recipients of the T Fellowship, the one-year legit producing fellowship administered by the Columbia U. School of the Arts.
Latest Off Broadway offering from P73 Prods., the troupe that produced last year's Pulitzer nominee "Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue," is Jason Grote's "1001," skedded to open in October.