The critics practically dusted the mantle for "Spamalot's" Sara Ramirez. She'll compete in the featured actress in a musical category against Ramona Keller, who some reviewers thought was the best…
Ask anyone what they remember about last year's Tony Awards, and if it wasn't Hugh Jackman's high kicks they'll tell you it was the David vs. Goliath battle in which small-scale "Avenue Q" triumphed…
Rob Lowe and Aaron Sorkin are going from "The West Wing" to the West End, with Lowe set to star in a revival of Sorkin's "A Few Good Men."
The core contenders –“Spamalot,” “Piazza,” “Spelling Bee” and “Scoundrels” — may contend in each of these areas. But there are other possiblilities. For example, for book, “The Frogs” is eligible…
Avant garde clowns Geoff Sobelle and Trey Lyford are back in town for a short spell with "All Wear Bowlers," their very clever and exceedingly weird showpiece about a pair of silent film clowns who…
In his Metropolitan Opera debut last season, Andrei Serban directed an inventive, highly eccentric production of Hector Berlioz's rarity "Benvenuto Cellini" that won few kudos from either critics or…
Wayne Newton, who recently ended his agreement with the Stardust Hotel, has inked a contract with the Las Vegas Hilton Theater for a limited 30-night stint that starts June 14 and ends Aug. 27.
Terry Johnson's "Hitchcock Blonde" will make its American premiere as part of South Coast Repertory's 42nd season.
"The Light in the Piazza" tops the Outer Critics Circle's list of nominations with 11 for excellence in Gotham theater. Following the new musical by Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas was "Chitty Chitty…
When the curtain rises this Thursday at Yale Repertory Theater, history will be made. For the first time, audiences will see "Radio Golf," the play that finishes August Wilson's 10-part…