Helmer Robert Wilson's version of La Fontaine fables, a one-man "King Lear" from Taiwan, two Kabuki classics and four Spanish-language productions are among the theater offerings at this year's…
New York acting teacher Fred Kareman died Feb. 25 of heart disease. He was 77. A memorial service will be held March 12 at 4 p.m. at the Museum of the City of New York.
"A Chorus Line" has set its tour dates, kicking off in Denver May 6-17, 2008.
Gotham fanboys have the New York Comic Convention; now showpeople have an expo, too. The first Entertainment Industry Expo is set to bow June 3 at the Westin Hotel in Times Square.
Ruth Rosenberg, a creative director at theatrical ad agency Serino Coyne, died March 2 in New York state in an auto accident.
It's surprising that the program for "Bill W. and Dr. Bob," a play about the two men who founded Alcoholics Anonymous, insists that the production is not affiliated with the 12-step program.
The debut of a spanking new facility will expand the output of D.C.'s Shakespeare Theater Company beginning next season, while at the Kennedy Center, a year-long renovation of its Eisenhower Theater…
Broadway box office took a dive at the start of the month, with grosses dropping by close to $3 million for the week ended Sunday.