David Edgar's overwritten and overwrought antiwar drama "Pentecost" is one holy mess. But that's no matter: The ensembler is made to order for a resident company like the Barrow Group to open its new…
Kathleen Marshall and Rob Marshall have been named this year's recipients of the Mr. Abbott award. The Marshalls are brother and sister. He won the Oscar for directing "Chicago." She recently won the…
Katherine E. Brown has taken over as executive director of Jazz at Lincoln Center.
"Private Fittings," based on Georges Feydeau's "Tailleur pour dames," features a series of firsts. It's the first full-length play Feydeau wrote, the inaugural presentation of La Jolla's Sheila…
Broadway heads west as four family tuners bow at Philadelphia's Academy of Music for Kimmel Center Presents Broadway at the Academy series.
"Jerry Springer -- The Opera" continues to spawn nearly as much drama as the TV show itself. Originally scheduled for an autumn 2005 Broadway premiere, the show ran into financing problems when…
The Tony Award for musical just got very competitive. The much-acclaimed "Spelling Bee" at Second Stage will open at Broadway's Circle in the Square on May 2, two days before the Tony nominations…
Finally, we have a winner. Broadway set a record for the mid-February time frame. Twenty-five shows brought in $15,092,662, up $852,925 (5.99%) over the previous session. For most weeks of 2004-05…
Bernie Mac has been named ShoWest comedy star of the year. Mac next stars in "Guess Who," Col's in-law comedy co-starring Ashton Kutcher, to be released March 25.
Producer Bill Kenwright has pushed back the Broadway opening of "The Glass Menagerie" to March 22.
Seeing as how the Catholic Church is already getting it in the neck this season for child sex abuse ("Doubt," "Sin"), Jean-Claude Carriere's fierce attack on that beleaguered religious institution…