Jeff Whitty nabbed a Tony for his first book for a musical, "Avenue Q." Now the author of "The Plank Project" -- a parody of "The Laramie Project" about a 1,000-pound transvestite who falls down a…
The Biltmore Theater, the Broadway home of the non-profit Manhattan Theater Club, has been selected for the National Register of Historic Places.
It would be too easy to dismiss "Nora (A Doll's House), a trendy modernization of Ibsen's seminal 1879 drama, as hopelessly wrong-headed. For all the sound and fury of its iconoclastic production…
The most nakedly personal of American playwrights, Tennessee Williams, like all great artists, emerges as a vivid personality through his work and the themes in which he trafficked -- loneliness and…
"White Christmas" is one of those "classics" few ever claimed is actually good. Rather, it's simply colorful, starry and innocuous enough to suit eggnog-sodden Yuletide viewers, occasionally rousing…
The current D.C. revival of "On Golden Pond," starring James Earl Jones and Leslie Uggams, will open at the Cort Theater.
"American Idol" runnerup Justin Guarini and the producers of the upcoming Beach Boys tuner, "Good Vibrations," have "parted company."
The Sundance Institute Theater Program has selected projects by Doug Wright and Terrence McNally for development at the Sundance Institute Theater Laboratory at White Oak, which runs Nov. 29-Dec 13.
The "Max" touring company of "The Producers" and the regional GableStage production of Edward Albee's "The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?" topped South Florida's 29th annual Carbonell Awards for the 2003-04…
Andrew Lloyd Webber has set a date for the Broadway bow of "Woman in White." The musical, now playing on London's West End, will open Nov. 10, 2005, in Gotham.