Another stage tuner about the desegregation wrought by early rock 'n' roll, "Memphis" could sorely use a shot or three of the high style and satirical edge "Hairspray" applies. Uneven collaboration…
The casting of rising film hearththrob Cillian Murphy ("28 Days Later") makes this revival big entertainment news in Ireland and beyond. But what makes it a major theatrical event is the overall…
Tuner "Little Shop of Horrors" will be the final production in the Ahmanson Theatre's 2003-04 season.
Andrew Stanton, who wrote and helmed last year's "Finding Nemo" blockbuster, will be honored as animation director of the year at ShoWest 2004.
Manhattan Theater Club's season in hell, unhappily coinciding with its first season on Broadway, continues with this seriously incoherent production. Indeed, critical response to Regina Taylor's…
Broadway's Christine Ebersole opened her new show at Feinstein's at the Regency with "Fine and Dandy," a tune by Kay Swift that became an anthem for show folk and part of a vaudeville tradition. It…
From "Wicked" women to ruthless men: Joe Mantello is set to direct a Broadway revival of "Glengarry Glen Ross." The David Mamet play, to open on Broadway in early 2005, will be produced by Jeffrey…
Broadway/L.A. will add six musical productions to the already announced "Movin' Out" for its 2004-05 season.
It's only courtship, but Second Stage and the Manhattan Theater Club are looking to announce a surprise wedding. The two nonprofit behemoths are in discussions for a co-production of Craig Lucas'…
The expectant silence you hear at the John Houseman Theater these days is the vacant sound of an audience primed to laugh and finding little to inspire them. Hopes are raised by the name of the…
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