An inert two-hander based on co-scripters Sam Bobrick and Julie Stein's 1994 comedic novel of letters, helmer John Bowab and thesps Sally Struthers and Jeff Marlow valiantly struggle to inject some…
Robert Goulet, the singer and actor who became inextricably linked with the Broadway show in which he made his debut, "Camelot," died Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Adam Bock is repeating himself. In last year's play, "The Thugs," he created an office in which small talk was a desperate distraction from offstage horror. In "The Receptionist," premiering in a Joe…
A personable young woman whose husband left her for "a slut with a boob job" finds a 16th century conquistador -- with armor and blood-stained sword -- on her living room couch, lovingly examining…
Michael Cumpsty, Alexander Gemignani, Jessica Molaskey, Mary Beth Peil and David Turner are among the American thesps rounding out the cast of the Roundabout's revival of "Sunday in the Park With…
Dylan Baker has joined the cast of "November," the new David Mamet play that preems on Broadway in January.
Patrick Marber's play "Dealer's Choice," now in a sold-out run at the Menier Chocolate Factory in London, gets a 16-week West End transfer starting Dec. 6.
Some knit; others compose. When not tapping through "On the Town" or needling her next-door neighbor Archie Bunker as Irene Lorenzo, Betty Garrett filled her spare time cranking out lyrics and the…
Gloria Naylor's novel "The Women of Brewster Place," about courage and personal failings among a group of African-American women, was adapted as a sobering TV miniseries in 1989. But a musical?
"August: Osage County," the family drama by Tracy Letts currently previewing on Broadway, surprised no one by dominating Chicago's legit kudos, racking up six Joseph Jefferson Awards Monday night.