The governing council of Actors' Equity did not call for a strike Tuesday.
If Meryl Streep can be a theater producer, then so can Anne Bancroft.
The South African run of Michael Flatley's "Lord of the Dance" will continue following the murder of its merchandising agent in the early hours of Sunday morning.
By day, Quentin Letts scrutinizes the House of Commons as parliamentary reporter for the Daily Mail, Britain's middle-market tabloid.
What rabbit hole did this production fall down? Scott Schwartz's notion of setting this 19th-century Swedish masterpiece in a present-day occupied Middle Eastern country produces bafflement. Helmer's…
The first full-length play by actor-turned-playwright Clifford Odets and the first major work to be produced by the legendary Group Theater in 1935, "Awake and Sing" is being revived by Long…
Gay Pride week made its usual contribution to Broadway's coffers. Box office jumped $990,696, or 6.29%, as 30 shows brought in a record $16,739,073 for this time frame. Seven productions were at or…
Despite its 2004 Tony for musical revival, "Assassins" at Studio 54 has moved up its closing date eight weeks to July 18.
The governing council of Actors' Equity meets at 1 p.m. Tuesday to decide the org's next step in its contract negotiations with the League of American Theaters & Producers.
Whether in period, rustic or sophisticated settings, Cinderella remains an enduring entertainment staple. The Pasadena Playhouse revival of "Shade" is well acted and sung, a pleasantly appealing…
Actors' Equity Assn. and the League of American Theaters and Producers released a joint statement Sunday afternoon in which they declared that the two orgs were still engaged in negotiations for a…