Annette Bening has dropped out of the Geffen Playhouse and Broadway runs of "The Female of the Species."
If it seems like "The Phantom of the Opera" has been running forever, consider this: "Forbidden Broadway" predates it by six years.
It's showtime, folks -- in Baghdad. Not that you'd know it, though, even if you lived in the war-ravaged city.
For a while there, it seemed there was nothing a legit producer liked more than movie talent. Clare Lawrence and Anna Waterhouse hit paydirt bringing the likes of Jake Gyllenhaal, Matt Damon, Julia…
In many ways, there's nothing surprising in the fact that playwright Donald Margulies is launching his latest world preem -- the first of two in Los Angeles this season -- at South Coast Repertory…
The road's annual downturn continued another 5% in week 16 (Sept. 10-16) -- pretty good, considering that the recently departed "Chicago" earned more than 5% of last week's total. The 13-show slate…
Broadway inched back up from its traditional post-Labor Day plummet last week, with total grosses rising about $750,000 to $13.2 million for 23 shows on the boards.
"Hearts of Man" is a self-important work that blurs the very distinctions it hopes to examine.
The Keen Company's revival of A.R. Gurney's 1982 drama "The Dining Room" is pleasantly forgettable, just like the play itself. While neither script nor production quite leaps from sturdiness to…
Every savvy theater company in town seems to want a piece of Lucy Thurber, whose painfully funny plays set in gritty Massachusetts factory towns have already made their mark at such venues as…
The curtain call for "Lone Star Love," the musical debuting at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater prior to its planned but subsequently aborted December opening on Broadway, is a foot-stomping…