Don't point out to Natasha Richardson and John C. Reilly that Edward Hall, the director of their "A Streetcar Named Desire" revival, is a Brit -- unless you want to uncork Broadway-sized emotions.
There's a 39-year span between Mike Nichols first Broadway musical, "The Apple Tree," and his follow-up effort, "Monty Python's Spamalot." The Rialto has changed, he says.
On paper, it looked like one of the sleepier entries of the 2004-05 season: A 1950s teleplay was set to make its Broadway debut after being recycled as a 1957 movie and a fave stage play at community…
Director Gary Griffin makes no mistake about where his chief asset lies in "The Apple Tree." Just as it no doubt was for Barbara Harris in Mike Nichols' original 1966 Broadway production, this…
Brian Stokes Mitchell's glorious baritone has lent velvety warmth and authority to his performances in such musicals as "Kiss Me, Kate," "Ragtime" and "Man of La Mancha." Appearing without the…
The Drama League today announced its bests for the 2004-05 Broadway season. Now in its 71st year, the legit org held its annual fete, hosted by Cherry Jones, Friday at the Marriott Marquis.
Judging from the information served up in "Imelda," a musical portrait of "the first lady of the Philippines," Imelda Marcos is no match for that other musically enshrined 20th-century distaff power…
Franco-American relations may be at a historical low, but for Minneapolis' Theatre de la Jeune Lune, this year's Tony Award winner for best regional theater, the creative collision of French and…
Road grosses rose 5.69% to $11,686,692 during Week 49 (May 2-8) as 11 of 15 returning shows saw gains.
Considering that "The Last Liberal" was commissioned two years ago, it is an amazingly timely look at politics in action -- just when it seems the current Canadian federal government is ready to make…
With nearly every midtown theater occupied, Broadway had no problem setting a record for the early May frame during Week 49 (May 2-8). Thirty-six shows brought in $17,228,111. The bad news: Total…