Scripter Robert J. Litz projects to 2009, offering a deliciously cynical, if predictable, perusal of Beltway political machinations affecting a controversial Supreme Court confirmation.
Hungarian-born playwright and director George Tabori, a legend in Germany's postwar theater world whose avant-garde works confronted anti-Semitism died July 23 in Berlin. He was 93.
Argentine cartoonist and writer Roberto Fontanarrosa, whose stories were widely adapted for theater, died July 19 of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in his hometown of Rosario, Argentina. He was 62.
Buzzworks Theater Company's rudely hilarious production of Maxwell Anderson's "Bad Seed" is not overly respectful to the original text, which is a nice way of saying company members found the play…
A crowd of 370 girls waited in the rain near Radio City Music Hall the other day, all for the Rockettes' annual audition. Out of this group, they hired only two.
Bound as close as pages in a book, Leona Rostenberg and Madeleine Stern forged a life together as dealers of rare volumes. As a candidate for dramatization, their story would appear to be a rather…
A couple of Broadway long-runners drew crowds last week, with both the five-year-old "Hairspray" and the 13-year-old "Beauty and the Beast" pulling in capacity auds.
A new play by Danny Hoch gets a world preem Off Broadway in a fall production from the Culture Project.
In "Tom Crean: Antarctic Explorer," the sun glaring off a glacier doesn't just blind you, it makes you feel like someone is "poking you in the eyes with a hot stick." Pack ice (cq pack, not packed)…
A revival of "Company," the second production by the fledgling Kookaburra Musical Theater Co., has ruffled feathers at home and abroad, with composer Stephen Sondheim reportedly infuriated by…
The English-language portion of the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal wrapped Sunday with an action-packed 25th anniversary gala and awards ceremony.