There's little to get fired up about in Playwrights Horizons' feeble season opener, "People Be Heard," a toothless satire of small-town morality that keeps threatening to take on broader political…
Having conquered Blanche DuBois in the 1992 revival of "A Streetcar Named Desire," Jessica Lange will tackle another of Tennessee Williams' women in "The Glass Menagerie," headed for Broadway in…
When Thomas Jefferson shows up at the end of "Un-American" and declares the 1798 Alien and Sedition Acts to be the darkest time in U.S. legislative history "until now," he is talking to Sen. Joe…
Following Elvis Presley, John Lennon and the Beach Boys this season, the latest music icon to be lionized in a new Broadway musical will be late country singer Johnny Cash.
It's the antiwar show that won't die. The Actors' Gang production of "Embedded" garnered savage reviews in its run at the Public Theater earlier this year, audience demand kept it running for 14…
Strands: Rehearsals start in April for Mike Leigh's new play, the "Vera Drake" writer-director's first since "It's a Great Big Shame!" at Theater Royal, Stratford East, in 1993.
In today's dollars, a Broadway production of "The Phantom of the Opera" would cost around $12 million or $13 million. But when the Vegas version of the Andrew Lloyd Webber tuner opens at the Venetian…
David Wenham, Hannie Rayson and David Williamson all will make appearances in the 2005 season at Melbourne Theater Company.
Broadway's 2004 fall season is chockablock with revivals and one-person shows. When beautifully produced and performed, they can be a good thing, as seen with the recent stagings of "Assassins,"…
Most legit vets probably roll their eyes at the mention of figure skating and gymnastics tours, which seem to start directly from the medals podium and continue until muscle seizure sets in. But a…
Alot of dressing rooms will go empty on the Great White Way this fall, as five out of the 13 shows set to open before Christmas only have one actor, a rate of 38%.