The elder statesman of Australian theater, David Williamson, has given classical guitarist Karin Schaupp, her mother and her grandmother a generous present in the oral family history, "Lotte's Gift."
It's official: "Sunday in the Park with George" will be part of the Roundabout Theater's 2007-08 Broadway season. U.K. import, which took home five Olivier Awards Sunday, begins previews at Studio 54…
At Off Broadway's Zipper Theater, one musical revue of a single composer's work is making way for another. Zipper's new tenant will be "Make Me a Song: The Music of William Finn," beginning previews…
The theater is the natural habitat of ghosts, and one of the most enchanting spirits in the theatrical archives is the title character of "Mary Rose," J.M. Barrie's 1920 melodrama about a young woman…
THIS YEAR we could echo that great statement made from horseback by Paul Revere -- "The British are coming! The British are coming!" -- because our Anglo friends will be dominating the Academy Awards…
Steven Pimlott, one of the U.K.'s most eclectic and versatile stage directors, died Feb. 14 in Colchester, Essex, of lung cancer. He was 53.
Sheila Matthews Elmer, a 12-year vet of Actors' Equity, is the new marketing rep at C&S, the Gotham entertainment insurance agency formerly known as Coulter & Sands.
Trust the writing, not the writer. Tennessee Williams's evocation of memory and yearning long ago acquired classic status by virtue of its exquisitely controlled theatrical expressionism.
The latest helming project for Judith Ivey -- the thesp who has directed with increasing frequency over the last few years -- is "Fugue," running March 13-April 21 at the Cherry Lane Theater Off…
Three years after his 1985 "The Normal Heart" took on public and private apathy in the face of the AIDS crisis, Larry Kramer turned his white-hot sights onto the entire U.S. power elite -- including…