Everyone in Nicholas Martin's production of "The Cherry Orchard," which reteams the Huntington helmer with thesp Kate Burton, is in a state of heightened anxiousness. Often these frayed nerves result…
Off Broadway's Atlantic Theater Company is juggling its spring sked to accommodate a six-week extension of its well-received revival of "The Voysey Inheritance."
Brit scribe-helmer Alan Ayckbourn is returning to Brits Off Broadway, the annual fest that yielded a critical hit in 2005 with his production of his 2004 play "Private Fears in Public Places."
Opera, long seen as the sole preserve of the fuddy-duddy, black-tie and furs brigade, has been getting a Hollywood makeover of late and looks set to impress a whole new chorus of admirers. In…
TV One, a cable network aimed at black audiences, has commissioned "David E. Talbert's Backstage," a reality series that will allow aspiring actors to compete for a role in a touring play.
So far, a reality series on national TV seems to be worth about $1.3 million in Broadway ticket sales. Box office for the Rialto production of "Grease," timed to open with the Jan. 7 preem of casting…
Kelli O'Hara, Brian Dennehy, Kelsey Grammer and Marni Nixon are among the cast of the New York Philharmonic's semi-staged production of "My Fair Lady."
What we call ourselves can arguably be defined as the story we choose to tell from the raw unsorted data of memory, a slippery notion that Cynthia Hopkins first explored in her 2005 performance…
George Carlin, Steven Wright and Katt Williams are among the comedians who will perform at the HBO and the U.S. Comedy Arts 13th annual Festival in Aspen, Colo., Feb. 28- March 4.
The New York Philharmonic will present a semi-staged production of "My Fair Lady" for four performances in March. Rob Fisher, the veteran conductor of the Encores! series, conducts.
It's an illuminating coincidence that Thomas Bradshaw's "Purity" opens just weeks before the Cherry Lane's revival of Amiri Baraka's 1964 drama "Dutchman." Both plays stage nightmares of black men…