The recipe is the same one used for "Les Miz." Take a classic novel filled with romance, adventure and sweep, add some big-note ballads, a rousing anthem and a sound system that can go beyond tilt…
Road grosses decreased 3.4% to $11,093,440 during Week 12 (Aug. 16-22), a drop that can be blamed primarily on the two-week hiatus for "The King and I."
Following in the footsteps of his "Riverdance," director John McColgan plans to bring another Irish extravaganza across the Atlantic. "The Shaughraun," a 19th-century melodrama by Dion Boucicault…
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Just as "Spider-Man 2" was breathing its last gasps here, sticking a few final pesos atop a $20 million local box office pile, the webslinger has found new life.
In a rare reversal, Tracey Ullman's new Broadway show will air on HBO before it plays Times Square.
Tovah Feldshuh will exit the one-woman Broadway play "Golda's Balcony" Jan. 2 to bring the show to L.A.'s Wadsworth Theater beginning in early February.
Charles Durning, Jack Klugman, Paul Dooley and Granville Van Dusen will star in "Golf With Alan Shephard" to open the Falcon Theater's five-play season in September.
David Rooney has been named chief theater critic for Variety and Daily Variety.
Can harpsichord music and heavy metal co-exist? They can and do in Anders Cato's bold production of "The Misanthrope." Moliere's dark comedy of ill manners is receiving a stunning production at the…
Charles Isherwood segues from Variety and Daily Variety to the New York Times, where he will be a theater critic. Times arts & culture editor Jonathan Landman announced the hire Monday in a memo to…
If there were such an organization as Overactors Anonymous, the cast performing "Ladies of the Camellias" at the Colony would be likely candidates for admission. Her cleverly written script simply…