Metropolitan Opera audiences have long been accustomed to the traditional take on popular fairy-tale opera "Hansel and Gretel," as exemplified by the company's last production, which was in the…
Choreographer Michael Kidd, whose joyously athletic dances for ballet, Broadway and Hollywood delighted audiences for half a century and won him five Tonys and an Oscar, has died.
The play's the thing. On musical-dominated Broadway, it's a long time since anyone's been able to say that and mean it. But as the 2007-08 season hits the midpoint, it's the wave of challenging…
Things are going swimmingly for "The Little Mermaid." In a week when many Broadway offerings began to experience the usual pre-Christmas slide, the previewing Disney tuner jumped by more than…
Having dodged the stagehands' bullet and not yet crowded off the airwaves by Hillary and Huckabee, the road finds itself in a midseason sweet spot.
The road slipped just under 7% in Week 29 (Dec. 10-16), rolling downhill $958,591 to $12,909,375.
The National Endowment for the Arts will launch an initiative to support the development and production of new plays, to be administered by D.C.'s Arena Stage.
The Public Theater has announced a second extension of David Henry Hwang's comic memoir "Yellow Face," which now runs through Jan. 13. Leigh Silverman's production of the autobiographical play about…
Under the loose guidance of helmer Ryan Dixon, Gutenplan projects a casual, almost bumbling persona as he works his way through a number of traditional magic-trick formats.
Manhattan Theater Club has added the world premiere of "From Up Here," a new American play by Liz Flahive, to its current season lineup, replacing Kenneth Lonergan's "The Starry Messenger," with…
Janeane Garofalo, Bebe Neuwirth and David Strathairn will join the return engagement of the Fire Dept. Theater Company's "At War: American Playwrights Respond to Iraq," running Jan. 21-Feb. 4 at Off…