Elizabeth Taylor still likes her baubles, but she no longer cries when she thinks she can't get what she wants -- like the 69 carat rock Richard Burton paid $1 million for.
A French-Canadian play translated by Caryl Churchill and a cycle of works by Mark Ravenhill are among the offerings on the spring slate at London's Royal Court Theater.
January spells the end of the Broadway run of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," now set to close Jan. 20.
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Director and dramaturg Eric Rosen has been appointed artistic director for the Kansas City Rep, taking over the helm of the company in spring 2008.
"West Side Story" opened 50 Septembers ago, which means that Chita Rivera has to be at least -- well, at least 50. But she still has all the moves, and then some. Chita cleverly chooses "I Won't…
Acclaimed Soviet-Russian choreographer Igor Moiseyev, whose National Dance Ensemble was founded in 1937 and went on to represent Soviet culture internationally during the Cold War years and…
"Runt of the Litter," the semi-autobiographical solo play by former pro footballer Bo Eason, touches down in Gotham a second time with a commercial Off Broadway engagement set to play 37 Arts later…
Alice Ripley ("Side Show") and Brian d'Arcy James ("The Lieutenant of Inishmore") topline "Next to Normal," the new tuner that plays at Off Broadway's Second Stage Theater starting in January.
Landing near-simultaneous professional debuts in New York and London might be indication enough that an unknown 27-year-old playwright is one to watch, but the real proof comes in the work itself.
The inaugural production in the Roundabout's new black box space, "Speech & Debate," has proven popular enough to prompt a two-week extension.
With considerable understatement, a principal character sums up Homer's "The Odyssey" as "Epic story short" in playwright Melissa James Gibson's one-act play, "Current Nobody," receiving its world…