Strands: "I'm getting match fit," says director Michael Grandage, employing sports imagery to explain his immersion over the next nine months in the world of the musical.
There's a remarkable moment in "Alki," Eric Overmyer's rambling retelling of Ibsen's "Peer Gynt," when Peer has traveled to the wilds to ask a mountain king for the hand of his daughter. After the…
The new Elvis Presley musical "All Shook Up" and the upcoming "La Cage aux Folles" revival have switched Broadway theaters.
Sometimes the world is just too heavy to be en pointe. Michael Keegan-Dolan and his young Fabulous Beast Dance Theater from Ireland take the outline of Theophile Gautier's classic romantic story…
Delivering one show-stopper after another in the Geffen Playhouse's production of "Cookin' at the Cookery," Ann Duquesnay maximizes the spryness and deep church influence in her vocals to sock every…
Goodspeed Musicals has decided to go up the river. It's heading to the small city of Middletown, which has successfully wooed the East Haddam-based theater company to build its new $40 million-plus…
"Brooklyn" has secured the Plymouth Theater on West 45th Street, with previews beginning Sept. 23 and opening night set for Oct. 21. Show is one of the few new tuners to be announced for the first…
Billy Crystal has turned into a double threat in legit. As performer and scribe, he makes his Broadway debut with the new play "700 Sundays."
Suppose the subject of a one-hander suddenly stops the show and revolts against the goings-on by the actor impersonating him. That's what happens in Aussie Brian Lipson's dazzling, inventive and…
Mercedes Ruehl and Alan Alda will participate in a dramatic reading of Roger Rosenblatt's play "Ashley Montana Goes Ashore in the Caicos or What Am I Doing Here?" at the Southampton College Writers…
SAG and AFTRA have issued strong statements of support for Actors' Equity as contract negotiations between Broadway producers and stage actors go down to the wire with a Sunday expiration.