A veteran New York press rep is suing the Goodspeed Musicals in East Haddam, Conn., for breach of contract and nonpayment of services.
After 18 years, the publicity office of Keith Sherman & Associates will no longer represent the Tony Awards.
Actors' Equity and the League of American Theaters and Producers outlined their new four-year contract Wednesday, describing a new road tier system that was the major subject of contention during…
An allegiance to truth in advertising might necessitate a few words being inserted into the title of this summer's Shakespeare in the Park presentation from the Public Theater. Call this one "Way Too…
Scripter Kenneth Lonergan is making his mark simultaneously on stage (Pulitzer Prize runner-up for "Waverly Gallery") and screen (Oscar noms for "You Can Count on Me," "Gangs of New York"). His…
As "Raree" rolls along, a question inevitably occurs to the viewer: What good are ghosts if they don't scare you? This world preem defines itself as a "ghostly mystery driven by dread and desire,"…
Having won a 1989 Tony nomination for his harrowing portrayal of a cockroach in Steven Berkoff's "Metamorphosis," Mikhail Baryshnikov is no less adept -- and considerably more endearing -- playing an…
The premiere of "Old Clown Wanted" by the New Jersey Repertory Co. marks the long-awaited U.S. debut of prolific Romanian-born playwright Matei Visniec. Inspired by Federico Fellini's 1970 pic "The…
Lions Gate is set to start production on "The Diary of a Mad Black Woman," an adaptation of the play by Tyler Perry. Filming begins July 21 in Atlanta.
Chris Kattan won't be making his Broadway debut in "The Frogs" at Lincoln Center after all. The former "SNL" comic has been replaced by Roger Bart, last seen on the Gotham stage in "The Producers."
Just for Variety: Director Bob Altman and producer Wren Arthur were working the first day of shooting their election-themed "Tanner on Tanner" when word came out that a security threat could possibly…