"Small Tragedy," "I Am My Own Wife," "Caroline, or Change," "Bug" and Mark Russell, the outgoing artistic director of P.S. 122, were among the major winners at the 49th annual Village Voice Obie…
"Well, we all have to paint our nudes." That was the condescending but astute appraisal given to 26-year-old Tennessee Williams in 1937 when the budding dramatist showed this romantically overwrought…
Clear Channel is at it again, using the New York theater as a laboratory to hatch some new life form that might draw the rubes to its vast network of theaters and sports arenas. The Frankenstein's…
Perhaps, in writing his 52nd full-length produced play, the ever-prolific Brit scripter Alan Ayckbourn decided to incorporate as many theatrical styles as possible just to see what would happen. What…
The drama was all behind-the-scenes -- or rather after the fact -- at Sunday night's Drama Desk Awards. At the ceremony, Bebe Neuwirth announced that Joe Mantello had won the musical-directing trophy…
Don't cry for "Little Shop of Horrors." It failed to receive a Tony nomination for musical revival, but look what happened to those tuners that were cited: "Assassins" ($336,121), down $16,371…
It started raining plaster dust during the Saturday evening performance of "When Harry Met Sally," prompting the swift evacuation of one of London's most elegant venues and the cancellation of the…
"Hitchcock Blonde," Terry Johnson's play about, among many other things, Alfred Hitchcock and his near-fetishistic passion for screen blondes, is heading toward a Broadway opening in February.
Julie Andrews sitting with Eddie Murphy and Mike Myers. Antonio Banderas next to "Absolutely Fabulous'" Jennifer Sanders. These are combinations you don't see every day. Thank God for Cannes.
"Wicked" cast its spell on the Drama Desk Awards Sunday, collecting the nod for new musical at the 49th annual kudos.
Journalists depend on sources, but do musicals really need them?