Scripter Mark Kemble has distilled his memories of his adult retarded sister into a flawed but emotion-searing sojourn through the tribulations of a monumentally dysfunctional Irish-American New…
Ruben Santiago-Hudson ("Lackawanna Blues"), Adam Bock ("The Thugs") and Ellen McLaughlin ("Iphigenia and Other Daughters") are among the creatives selected for the 2007 Sundance Institute Playwrights…
Producer Tom Smedes is striking out on his own, ankling his post as partner and co-owner of Martian Entertainment ("Naked Boys Singing," "Love, Janis") to create Tom Smedes Prods.
Off Broadway's 499-seat Little Shubert Theater has had trouble keeping a tenant since it opened in 2003, but it looks like the current occupant plans to stick around for a while.
If Broadway producers ever greenlight a musical based on "Mean Girls," the Lindsay Lohan pic about a brainy teen who courts popularity partly by pretending to be bad at calculus, they should tap…
In 1964, when he was still known as Leroi Jones, controversial poet/activist Amiri Baraka made his legit reputation with "Dutchman," a 55-minute howl against the damage America inflicts on black men.
Antonina Tumkovsky, a longtime teacher at the School of American Ballet who trained future dancers for the New York City Ballet died Jan. 19 in Valley Cottage, N.Y. She was 101.
For a first-time stage designer, architect Leigh Breslau (master planner for Chicago's Millennium Park) makes a startling impression with the set of this visually unusual, intriguingly frantic "Uncle…
It was a frantic dash to the finish, but the carpenters have departed and the Signature Theater is settling into its space with a downright spunky production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's…
David E. Talbert, writer-director-producer of "Love in the Nick of Tyme," is not likely to displace August Wilson in theater history. At the same time, it's not difficult to see why Talbert's dozen…