A fascinating footnote in American history, the real-life case of West Point cadet Johnson C. Whittaker is the potent subject matter of "Matter of Honor," the generally absorbing military mystery now…
It's starting to look like the revival of "Grease" might actually be the one that Broadway auds want.
During its successful run at last year's New York Fringe Festival, "Walmartopia" was a musical you could root for. The writers and most of the cast were Wisconsinites making their Gotham debuts…
Call it a whydunit. One of the classical music world's enduring mysteries is why Ludwig van Beethoven devoted four years of his diminishing life writing 33 variations of a mediocre waltz penned by a…
Seattle's Intiman Theater has announced four of the five plays that will comprise its 2008 season. In keeping with the theater's troubled financial state, it's a solid slate, without being wildly…
The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Conn., is accepting submissions for the summer 2008 sessions of its developmental programs for plays and musicals.
Brit thesp Mark Rylance, the former a.d. of Shakespeare's Globe in London, will topline a new production of Henrik Ibsen's "Peer Gynt" at the Minneapolis' Guthrie Theater in January.
The Menier Chocolate Factory, which first produced the revival of "Sunday in the Park with George" that the Roundabout will present this spring, has tapped "La Cage aux Folles" for its Christmas slot.
Canada's Stratford Festival will be premiering two new plays next year, in addition to its previously announced bill of five Shakespeare plays, three other classical works and two musicals.
"I just read plays," shrugs Jonathan Bank by way of explaining his job.
Broadway grosses went for their usual late-August dip in Week 13 (Aug. 20-26) with total receipts dropping $1.5 million to $16.2 million for 22 shows on the boards.