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.
"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…
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…
Martin Short and Jason Alexander will star in a staged reading of Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple" on Jan. 25 and 26 at the Wadsworth Theater.
Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens have written a customarily intelligent score for their new musical, "The Glorious Ones," and Marc Kudisch gives an especially fine performance in the central role.
Broadway auds got a bit younger, a bit more diverse and slightly less rich during the 2006-07 season -- all good things indicating that the Rialto is becoming somewhat less the exclusive domain of…
Noel Coward's "Tonight at 8:30," a daunting series of 10 one-act plays, is rarely revived due to its length and logistical complexities. It takes a troupe with a deep appreciation of theatrical…
There were plenty of distractions for Broadway theatergoers last week -- a midweek Halloween, the New York City marathon and Sunday's clock change -- and all likely contributed to the B.O. dip…