Michael Shurtleff, a fixture in New York theater during the 1960s and 1970s, died Jan. 28 in Los Angeles of complications related to lung cancer. He was 86.
Ellen Hanley, a musical-theater performer best-known for playing New York Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia's first wife in the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Fiorello!" died Feb. 12 in Norwalk, Conn. of a stroke…
Jeff Daniels and Theresa Rebeck are among the scribes nominated for the 2006 Steinberg/ATCA Awards, the new play kudos handed out annually by the American Theater Critics Association.
"The Fly," the first opera from film composer Howard Shore, will receive its world premiere on July 1, 2008, in Paris followed by a U.S. premiere in Los Angeles on Sept. 7, 2008.
You can't win 'em all. Whether tackling Genet or Beckett or Shakespeare, Classical Theater of Harlem's imagination and interpretive insight usually invigorates a playwright's vision of the cosmic…
John Glover has a big chair to fill. Thesp ("Smallville," "Love! Valour! Compassion!") is set to take over this spring as Man in Chair in "The Drowsy Chaperone" on Broadway.
A labor dispute threatens to disrupt New York City Opera's upcoming production of "The Pirates of Penzance," whose cast includes Rialto vet Marc Kudisch.
Producers Moya Doherty and John McColgan are continuing to put their TV background to good use in marketing their Broadway tuner, "The Pirate Queen."
Tom Stoppard's "Rock 'n' Roll" will rock Broadway next season, with a Broadway production helmed by Trevor Nunn slated for the fall.
If "A Very Common Procedure" is any indication of the creative qualities that have made scribe Courtney Baron a fixture on the festival circuit, then the workshop process should have its head…