Stands: What a difference a monosyllable makes, not least when a single protracted howl serves as an emblem of the production as a whole. The moment comes midway through the New York Theater Workshop…
Neil LaBute will direct the world premiere of his latest play, "Wrecks," at the Everyman Palace Theater in Cork later this year, as part of that city's European Capital of Culture 2005 program.
Thanks to a Broadway production climate of financial and creative conservatism, Tony voters might be struggling in May to fill nomination quotas in the tuner categories, both new and revival.
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Following a preview period that hasn't exactly been fun, fun, fun, the opening of Beach Boys musical "Good Vibrations" has been pushed back a week to Feb. 2.
Julianna Margulies will topline and Michael Imperioli will direct the world premiere of Francine Volpe's play "Late Fragments" at Studio Dante, the 60-seat Gotham theater that Imperioli heads along…
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Playwright August Wilson is turning to a new director for the world premiere of "Radio Golf," the concluding work of his 10-play, decade-by-decade cycle chronicling the…
An avant garde institution for 30 years, the Talking Band returns to La MaMA with an ensemble piece that aptly illustrates the company's signature storytelling style. Applying musical narrative and…
Taking its title from stage directions in "Waiting for Godot," "All Wear Bowlers" tips its hat not only to Beckett but to Laurel & Hardy, Charlie Chaplin and Magritte. Arthur Miller's remark that…
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts chairman Bruce Crawford will step down in June, the org formally announced Thursday. A nominating committee headed by Lincoln Center vice chair Frank Bennack…
The world premiere of film composer Elliot Goldenthal's opera "Grendel" highlights the L.A. Opera's 2005-06 season, which is heavy on names from the film and theater worlds.
The acclaimed Deaf West production of "Big River" was a triumph at the Mark Taper in 2002, moved to Broadway in 2003 and is still relevant, thrilling theater at the Ahmanson. Composer Roger Miller…