Nothing less than "Death of a Salesman" in the fast lane, David Mamet's finest play, "Glengarry Glen Ross," is driven entirely by competition. Appropriately, every second is filled by the sound of…
Peter Konwitschny continues to revolutionize how we look at operatic warhorses more than any other contemporary director. His re-evaluation of Puccini's venerable "Madama Butterfly" regularly rips…
As Broadway producers went into the weekend assuring theatergoers that the show would go on despite stalled labor talks, the stagehands union called a strike vote set for Sunday.
Marisa Tomei will topline the world preem of Will Eno's "Oh the Humanity and Other Good Intentions," playing a limited run at Off Broadway's Flea Theater this fall.
Rialto vets Kiki & Herb are heading back to Carnegie Hall in December with the one-night-only holiday-themed show "Kiki & Herb: The Second Coming -- A Christmas Concert."
One of the U.K.'s most idiosyncratic playwrights, Australian-born Adamson is under commission at numerous addresses and has two shows currently running in London.
In the past year, as well as making his Broadway debut with "Frost/Nixon," lighting designer Austin found time to light an astonishing 17 other shows at the U.K.'s key theater addresses.
On the strength of her visually bold, dramatically incisive National Theater debut "Pillars of the Community," helmer Elliott was immediately appointed as one of the building's three associate…
Eric Idle will be trying out his new play "What About Dick?" with two public performances in Hollywood.
One of the U.K.'s most prolific legit producers, Friedman is immensely shrewd at the tricky business of juggling personal taste and box office potential. Over the past 18 months, her Sonia Friedman…