Dianne Wiest headlines the New York premiere of Kathleen Tolan's play "Memory House" at Playwrights Horizons. Previews begin April 22, with opening night set for May 17. David Esbjornson directs.
Slava Polunin may well be the world's greatest clown. He might even be the world's greatest magician, hypnotizing blase New York auds (who normally flinch at the word "interactive" in a program note)…
With "Idomeneo" Mozart came into his own as an operatic master; the opera was produced in Munich shortly before he made his final leap into Viennese musical society to create the humanist operas the…
"Arts organizations throughout the world must learn to become more entrepreneurial as they reach out to private sources of funding, many for the first time," says Kennedy Center prexy Michael Kaiser.
As the Baby Boom generation ponders appropriate care for its elderly parents, playwright Ian Cohen explains what not to do in a new comedy that stretches -- or should we say obliterates -- the…
Will Yahoo! finally discover Broadway? Viewers who click on the Web site can find movies, music, radio, TV. . .but no theater. That omission is about to change, according to Spotco, which has…
Broadway can't get a break this year. There's either a strike or a big blizzard to foul up the box office. Last week, it was an elephant stampede that did it.
The pre-Broadway Boston run of August Wilson's "Gem of the Ocean" has a new director and a new schedule.
George W. Bush may soon look upon Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" as the good old days.
Noises Off: Think of a politically conservative playwright?
Road grosses fell 3.7% to $10,679,338 during Week 13 (Aug. 23-29) despite the addition of "Little Shop of Horrors" to the touring slate.