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…
Mary Zimmerman's "Argonautika" is ship-shape for a longer voyage after its debut at Chicago's Lookingglass a year ago.
"The Adding Machine: A Chamber Musical" will land off-Broadway at the Minetta Lane Theater in February.
The Shakespeare Theater Company inaugurates its magnificent new Sidney Harman Hall with two elaborate productions in repertory -- the seldom-produced Christopher Marlowe plays "Tamburlaine" and…
Strike action at Milan's La Scala could jeopardize the upcoming opening night gala at the famed opera house, where workers, musicians and their unions are on the warpath after months of stalled…
The new musical version of the 1970s Off Broadway hit "Vanities" will receive its pre-Broadway tryout at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Timothy Olyphant and Joe Anderson will star in "High Life," a Gary Yates-directed adaptation of the Lee MacDougall play. MacDougall wrote the script with Yates ("Seven Times Lucky").
The tuner version of "Little House on the Prairie" has skedded a summer 2008 world preem at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.
Though their legendary collaboration "The Producers" -- the phenomenon that won 12 Tonys -- closed in April, Brooks and Meehan have now co-written the book to arguably the most highly anticipated…
All I'm asking for is perfection," goes a line from the title song of the new revue "Make Me a Song," handily encapsulating the work ethic and personality of composer-lyricist William Finn. The…
So bloody and yet so kind, "Bad Jazz" is a constant surprise. The play's ingredients could make a typically cynical black comedy, but instead they are whipped into a buoyant celebration. In Brit…