Director Stephen Wadsworth made his Met debut in 2004 with a production of Handel's "Rodelinda" that was memorable for its simplicity and for the emotional truth that simplicity carried.
Sheila Daniels has been named associate director of Seattle's Intiman Theater, to work alongside artistic director Bartlett Sher.
After two marathon negotiation sessions this week failed to yield an agreement, Broadway stagehands and producers head back to the table today to thrash out what many hope will be the final issues.
Metropolitan Opera performances are coming to pay per view in January through a deal with In Demand, which kicks off in January with a high-definition tape of Gounod's "Romeo et Juliette," conducted…
Talent agent and manager Julianne Orrico died Sept. 18 in New York after a long illness.
Cineplex Entertainment president-CEO Ellis Jacob will receive the 2008 ShoWester of the Year nod at the annual ShoWest confab, to be held March 10-13 in Las Vegas.
Bucking the trend of hit Broadway musicals that leave London legit critics underwhelmed, "Hairspray" took the top tuner prize at the 53rd Evening Standard Awards. But Rupert Goold's critically lauded…
Mary Catherine Garrison, Elizabeth Marvel, Martha Plimpton and Marisa Tomei have been cast in Manhattan Theater Club's Broadway staging of the 1982 Caryl Churchill play about the personal price women…
That actress Victoria Clark -- a 2005 Tony winner for "The Light in the Piazza" -- is a fine dramatic singer is a given. But she's equally at home in musical comedy and jazz.
All that optimism on Monday might just have been leftover holiday cheer.
THE ROCKETTES are starring onstage this year. Their 75 year history is examined and they do their stuff in number after number. The first 15 minutes opening this show is one of the most thrilling…