Children of the '70s will almost certainly remember "Schoolhouse Rock," the little animated educational segments set to catchy music that ran between Saturday morning cartoons.
Brian Childers' first-rate impersonation of versatile, idiosyncratic entertainer Danny Kaye (1913-87) has been put into the service of a spotty narrative raising more questions about the man's life…
The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, the legit helmers' union, has juggled its leadership, with Karen Azenberg stepping up from exec VP to prexy of the org.
Mamie Gummer, Sian Phillips and Kristine Nielson are among the newly added cast members of the Roundabout's upcoming Broadway revival of Christopher Hampton's "Les Liaisons Dangereuses."
The annual Humana Fest of New American Plays, the highest-profile showcase of new legit works outside of Gotham, has plays by Lee Blessing, Gina Gionfriddo, and downtown troupe the Civilians on the…
Can "Sweeney Todd" pump up Stephen Sondheim's popular appeal?
It really is the season of the play on Broadway.
NEW YORK The road stayed even in Week 28 (Dec. 3-9), with a downgrade of less than 1% to $13,867,966.
NEW YORK For roughly 50 years, New York City Ballet has been having a very merry Christmas, and it's all thanks to Tchaikovsky and George Balanchine. The gift that keeps on giving, "The Nutcracker"…
NEW YORK Legiters are finding new ways to point and click with auds.
At the first whiff of good reviews for a new show, the word "transfer" suddenly appears on everyone's lips. But a production's chances of moving are sometimes stymied by unlikely circumstances…