Better late than never for Howard Barker's "A Hard Heart," Epic Theater Ensemble's U.S. preem of the Brit scribe's 1992 foray into wartime politics. In fact, better late than early: Barker's play…
Rarely has an audience leapt to its feet quicker than theatergoers did for the 50th anniversary European tour of "West Side Story."
Unlike the slow-burn aftereffects of a Hollywood strike, a Broadway work stoppage has instant box office repercussions.
The financially beleaguered Paper Mill Playhouse is doing what it does best -- the family musical. "Meet Me in St. Louis," based on the durable 1944 MGM Judy Garland film, boasts homespun charm, a…
After 40 years, the peace-love-freedom-happiness message of Ragni and Rado's "Hair" remains resonant and relevant, and Galt MacDermot's score still rocks the house.
Thesp Roger Bart, now on the Rialto as the star of Mel Brooks' tuner "Young Frankenstein," has been tapped to host the 35th annual Intl. Emmy Awards on Nov. 19 in Gotham.
Twenty-eight Broadway houses went dark Saturday as striking stagehands picketed in front of theaters, and disappointed consumers found their Rialto plans abruptly scuttled.
"Symmetry!" says Peter in "Homelife," the first-act addition now paired with Edward Albee's groundbreaking 1958 one-act, "The Zoo Story." "God, I love symmetry." The man who has two daughters, two…
Anatomizing a pop star's life through his catalog of No. 1 hits worked for Frankie Valli, and it works in "Ray Charles Live!" the world premiere musical bio helmed by Sheldon Epps at the Pasadena…
James L. Nederlander, prexy of Broadway landlords the Nederlander Org, has upped his stake in Chicago legit.