"A Little Night Music" is arguably Stephen Sondheim's most perfect show, if not his most adventurous, but it loses some luster at South Coast Rep through half-baked directorial decisions.
Martin Crimp's adaptation of Moliere's "The Misanthrope" is a glorious exception to the rule that updates to a classic are limited to the infusion of modern-day language. Crimp has preserved the…
British producer Cameron Mackintosh has announced plans to stage shows such as "Les Miserables," "Phantom of the Opera" and "My Fair Lady" in China.
In its 125-year history, the Actors Fund has helped showbiz pros in all professions through all kinds of crises.
She's the proud winner of two Emmys and two Tonys, but Bebe Neuwirth is a terp at heart. "Acting and singing are what I do," she says. "But a dancer is what I am."
When one "Jersey Boy" visited the Actors Fund Home last year he discovered not just a nursing home but a repository of showbiz lore, a place where old can mingle with young. That would be John Lloyd…
With 125 years of service under its belt, the Actors Fund has built up enormous good will among industry pros. In 2006, the Fund's help extended to 8,000 people in 46 states, but those who have been…
Producers have canceled the Los Angeles run of Sarah Jones' one-woman show "Bridge & Tunnel."
The box office just started selling tickets to "Young Frankenstein" on Sept. 10, but if you knew how to do it, you could have had the best seats in the house ... back in July.
Actor, writer, choreographer and director Denny Martin Flinn died Aug. 24 in Woodland Hills, Calif., of complications from cancer. He was 59.
Once again, legiters are talking about sales figures for the new Mel Brooks tuner headed into town.