Production trumps script in "Copper Thunderbird," a visually stunning but generally disappointing world premiere production intended as a tribute to Norval Morrisseau. In a script top-heavy with…
"Mary Poppins" will close in London after a 3½-year run. Disney Theatrical Prods. and Cameron Mackintosh's nanny will sail up into the sky for the last time at the West End's Prince Edward Theater on…
Trevor Nunn will direct a new West End musical adaptation of "Gone with the Wind" at the New London Theater in April 2008. Produced by Aldo Scrofani of Columbia Artists Theatricals in New York and…
World-premiere productions of Bob Glaudini's "A View From 151st Street" and Brett C. Leonard's "Unconditional" lead the 16th season lineup for Off Broadway's LAByrinth Theater Company.
In Randall David Cook's "Fate's Imagination," Lilah, the fiftyish heroine, reaps rare and satisfying rewards: She not only finds love, she also has her sexuality taken seriously.
The Epic Theater prides itself on developing and launching high-minded dramas that address weighty social issues. By that scorecard, Epic founder Zak Berkman doesn't let the side down with "Beauty on…
Writer-director Ethan Coen, whose latest film "No Country for Old Men" premiered in Cannes, will make his Off Broadway debut at the Atlantic Theater Company next season in a lineup that includes…
Financially troubled New Jersey theater the Paper Mill Playhouse has obtained a lifeline, with a $3.5 million loan from Investors Savings Bank.
Favorable critical nods and healthy audiences have prompted the Public Theater to extend the run of composer-performer Stew's rock musical, "Passing Strange," by four weeks.
Ignoring the exhortation of its title, the after-hours Broadway revue, "Don't Quit Your Night Job," will end its run June 4 at the Ha! Comedy Club, less than a month after opening.
Vet musical composer Jerry Bock ("Fiddler on the Roof") will world premiere "The Princess Who Could Not Be Heard" as the opening event of the 29th Houston Children's Theater Festival.