Unless they are in direct line of succession to a royal throne, the children of great men are boring -- particularly the underachieving kids of great artists. In "Frank's Home," a drama about a…
The big surprise at the 2007 Nightlife Awards was the unbilled lady in black who turned out to be a glam Liza Minnelli, lookin' good and proclaiming the event to be "the best damn party in town!"…
The Geffen Playhouse has set two works for its 2007-08 season -- the West Coast premiere of Wendy Wasserstein's final play and a world premiere musical co-conceived by Larry Gelbart and David Zippel.
The Roundabout Theater's national tour of its 2004 Broadway revival of "Twelve Angry Man" is reupping for a second year on the road, with star Richard Thomas signed on for the duration.
In the wake of positive notices, the Cherry Lane Theater production of Amiri Baraka's 1964 play "Dutchman" will extend for two weeks.
Building on the momentum of its critically praised August Wilson season and a $15 ticket price, the Signature Theater Company has completely sold out of tickets to its next production, "King Hedley…
The recent successful workshop productions of Canadian author Leslie Arden's "The Boys Are Coming Home" in Chi and New York have brought this composer-lyricist back into the limelight after nearly a…
Looks like "Evil Dead The Musical" won't survive in New York much longer: The Gotham tuner shutters Feb. 17. Although it attracted a small cult of fans of the camp-horror 1980s Sam Raimi pics on…
To be fully affected by the New Group's revival of Wallace Shawn's 1990 monologue "The Fever," auds must accept the production's thesis that the playwright and his collaborators are their moral…
Last week was a cold one in Gotham, but the late-January drop in Broadway sales so remarkable during the prior frame leveled off in the week ended Sunday.
In New York: Like daddy, like daughter. Alison Eastwood and Amy Redford, whose fathers are Clint and Robert respectively, are following family tradition. Alison is now helming "Rails and Ties,"…