With considerable help from his designers, Bartlett Sher has crafted an exceptionally eye-catching production of Shakespeare's early romance "Pericles," in which a luckless prince goes on lots of…
The family that plays together stays together: Shirley Jones and son Patrick Cassidy are heading to Broadway to co-star in "42nd Street." They'll bow in early April for a four-month run, she as…
Jude Law, Oscar-nominated for his performance in Miramax's "Cold Mountain," has been named male star of the year for ShoWest 2004.
For the definition of a theatrical miracle, look at the phenomenon called "Nunsense," the tacky frolic that began Off Broadway 20 years ago and has become a cottage industry, a precursor to the…
Playwright Lewis Black (a regular on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show") has conjured up a screwball family sitcom that places a great emphasis on "screwball" but fails to generate much comedy. His…
John Davis, set to bring four movies to theaters this summer, including Will Smith starrer "I, Robot," will be honored as producer of the year at ShoWest 2004.
If scripter Philip Kan Gotanda's objective was to infuse the legit classic "Hedda Gabler" with a plethora of rhetoric about the raising of minority (particularly Asian American) social and political…
Has Broadway finally found its way out of the deep freeze? The Presidents Day weekend sent receipts up more than $1.7 million for a total cume of $14.2 million.
A ducat for "Broadway By the Year," now in its fourth season, has become the proverbial hot ticket. A capacity Town Hall aud welcomed wunderkind writer-producer Scott Siegel, who turned back the…
Terrence McNally is known to be an avid opera buff, and presumably he has nothing against Michelangelo. So it's a pity he hasn't written a more affectionate tribute to the works of art at the center…
Who's waiting for the Freedom Tower to be built? A major arts complex is projected for Gotham's downtown financial district long before building begins at Ground Zero.