While the Metropolitan Opera keeps rotating productions of Rossini's crowd-pleasing comedies "Il Barbiere di Siviglia," "L'Italiana in Algieri" and "La Cenerentola" in its repertoire, the company has…
Here is a truism about 21st century summer moviegoing: Audiences often spark to well-executed sequels, but what they really treasure is an original idea. Such was the case last summer, when "The…
When the Broadway-bound tuner "Legally Blonde" scored glowing reviews from its San Francisco tryout earlier this spring, the surprise along the Rialto was palpable.
Sure, a lot of critics roll their eyes when they hear about another tuner based on a movie property. But that doesn't mean the pipeline isn't clogged with upcoming screen-to-stage transfers.
Gotham got hit with 24 hours of sleet last week -- but that didn't keep Broadway auds away.
Road receipts dropped in Week 42 (March 12-18) as the 11-show slate increased 6.21% to $12,408,869.
Strands: Heading one of London's key new-writing venues might seem a strange job for someone whose recent credits include helming "King John" at the Royal Shakespeare Company and directing Kim…
The development of new plays in workshop has been a priority throughout Des McAnuff's tenure as artistic director of La Jolla Playhouse -- so much so that he chose a workshop as his swan song.
Trevor Nunn's revamped "Porgy and Bess" at the Savoy Theater will shutter early, on May 5, after a six-month run. Presented by Richard Frankel, Tom Viertel, Steven Baruch, Marc Routh, Howard Panter…
"Make Me a Song: The Music of William Finn" has postponed its Off Broadway run at the Zipper. Revue of tunes by Finn ("Falsettos," "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee") was originally skedded…