The two orgs entrenched in the labor dispute that has shut down Broadway have made hush-hush plans to resume negotiations this weekend.
Thomas Short, president of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, is blasting the Writers Guild of America and accusing its leaders of being determined to go on strike.
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be measured by the way in which its animals are treated."
The second part of the Antaeus Company's ambitious production of Noel Coward's series of one-act plays is even better than the first.
The weather-beaten life-size image of the crucified Christ looks over Eugene Lee's wonderfully ugly set for "Crime and Punishment" like a disappointed parent witnessing the slow breakdown of Scott…
After tackling Hamlet and Richard II head-on for Classic Stage Company, Michael Cumpsty turns in another muscular performance as that consummate Shakespearean villain, Richard III.
The two sides of the Broadway labor dispute may not be talking -- but everybody else with a stake in the dispute is as legiters continued to speculate about the outcome of the stagehands' strike that…
Argentine actor and comedian Norman Erlich, best known for his Jewish humor, died Nov. 6 in Buenos Aires after battling leukemia.
Mae West's 1926 vehicle "Sex" ran for nearly a year, closing only when police shut it down on obscenity charges, jailing its creator-star for a week. Aurora's chamber-scaled production of this rare…
Baby boomers may think the cultural gap between themselves and their parents was the widest in history, but the asymptotic progression of technology, as evidenced in Eric Coble's romantic comedy "For…