The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Playwrights Conference has put out the annual call for its famous open-submissions program.
Tamara Tunie, who plays the medical examiner on "Law & Order: SVU," is trying her hand at legit producing, getting behind the Broadway transfer of the Duncan Sheik-Steven Sater tuner "Spring…
Claire Bloom and Billy Zane are heading to London's Haymarket Theater to appear in "Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks," Richard Alfieri's two-hander about the mutual life lessons learned by a widow and…
The hero appears in a robe, swooning and swaying to an operatic soprano. Where are we, in a stage version of Jonathan Demme's "Philadelphia"? Hardly. Two decades before Hollywood's nervous '90s…
Road grosses slid during Week 18 (Sept. 25-Oct. 1) as the nine-show slate dipped 7.37% to $8,602,597.
Noises Off: Let's face it: Ventriloquism, the vaudevillian art that treads a fine line between charming and creepy, is a tough sell. And it's even tougher on Broadway.
The controversial decision by Playmakers Repertory Company to consolidate artistic and fund-raising duties into a single role will come under close scrutiny as the professional, nonprofit arm of the…
Two new Australian plays will be included in Melbourne Theater Company's 2007 season, along with starring roles for local thesps Magda Szubanski and Joel Edgerton.
Broadway seems to have shaken off its back-to-school doldrums a little early this year, with total grosses rising by more than $1.1 million to $15,076,630 for Week 18 (Sept. 25-Oct. 1).
Around 30 Tony-winning best musicals have been made into Hollywood films, but Broadway has rarely returned the favor: Only three winners of the best picture Oscar successfully transferred to the…
As the glamazon cross-dressers of "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" stomp across the stage of the Lyric Theater this week, the producers of the new Australian jukebox musical are looking to see if…