WASHINGTON - Arena Stage received 28 nominations for this year's Helen Hayes Awards, leading a crowd of 69 professional theaters that performed in the D.C. area during 2003.
Dodger Stage Holding has announced the details of its long-gestating theater complex at 340 W. 50th St. Owned by Equity Office, the 61,300 square foot space at Worldwide Plaza will be shaped into…
Christina Applegate is set to make her Broadway debut in "Sweet Charity," opening April 21, 2005. Barry and Fran Weissler have long been attached to the project, and they will produce the revival on…
It may be time to end the debate about the propriety of letting that most improper of musical heroes slash his way across opera house stages. Sweeney Todd and his impish consort, Mrs. Lovett of the…
Monday, March 22 8 a.m. — Al Lapidus Golf Tournament at Anthem Country Club 8:15-9:30 a.m. — International Day breakfast“State of the International Market”Keynote address: Veronika Kwan-Rubinek…
Gotham is getting a new Richard III. Peter Dinklage is set to play the bard's most heinous monarch at the Public Theater this fall.
Hartford's Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts is putting on new producing duds by trying "The Overcoat" on for size.
At a City Hall press conference Monday, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the creation of the New York Comedy Festival, to be held Nov. 9-13.
Scripter Claudia Shear is not only re-creating her title role from the Tony-nominated 2000 Broadway preem of "Dirty Blonde"; she has brought the whole Gotham production with her to Pasadena. Shear…
Scripter Tom Jacobson has imagined King Louis XVI and his queen, Marie Antoinette, under the spell of a spinner of tall tales named Richard, who claims to be the illegitimate son of Thomas Jefferson…
The Magic Theater scored a major coup in securing "Dr. Faustus," the first production of a new David Mamet work, directed by the author himself. This linguistically tortuous, bone-dry revamp of the…