Lee Blessing, author of the 1987 Broadway two-hander "A Walk in the Woods," takes another tandem turn reuniting an estranged father and son in "The Winning Streak," now in its East Coast premiere at…
The long-awaited preliminary hearing of former Broadway impresario Garth Drabinsky kicked off in a Toronto court Monday. Drabinsky, partner Myron Gottlieb and two other senior executives were charged…
Just For Variety - Good Morning: There were several walkouts at Sunday's Academy screening of "Antares," the Austrian government submission to the Acad's foreign language film awards committee.
The very last show of the 2004-05 Broadway season is "Passion Play." The Roundabout revival of Peter Nichol's comedy opens May 4, which is the cutoff for Tony Award consideration. Nominations are…
The Writers Guild of America, West, has tapped screenwriter-playwright David Mamet to receive its Screen Laurel Award this year.
It's not good news for Broadway's big musicals when a one-person show grabs the No. 5 spot on the box office chart.
Playwright Christopher Shinn's sense of alienation in his early 20s, and his appreciation of Nirvana's ability to help him articulate his sadness, inspired the creation of "On the Mountain." Built on…
The long-awaited preliminary hearing of former theater impresario Garth Drabinsky kicked off in a Toronto court on Monday. Drabinsky and business partner Myron Gottlieb were charged in 2002 with 19…
Disney has made a nonexclusive deal to develop multiple theatrical tuners for Hugh Jackman to produce and topline. Jackman has formed a company with new partner John Palermo, and they will be joined…
It's too bad that "They All Knew," a new musical by Robert Mitchell, is being produced on a limited budget. Without lavish costumes and sets, the production leaves nothing to watch but the show…