A crippling case of anemia is the last thing you'd expect from a musical about literature's most celebrated vampire. But so it is with Broadway's bloodless "Dracula," which frantically rattles the…
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Charles Busch has withdrawn his play "Our Leading Lady" from Manhattan Theater Club's current season.
At midsummer the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey is offering a robust production of the Bard's "Richard II." Director Paul Mullins, who put admirable new polish to "King John" last summer, has…
Moonlighting from her role as prison matron Mama Morton in "Chicago" at Broadway's Ambassador Theater, Roz Ryan spends her Monday nights off doing a cabaret turn at the Opia Supper Club.
Joan Benedict Steiger will star in "Collected Stories," a play about literary appropriation.
The cast of the Broadway revival of "La Cage Aux Folles" has been set. As has been reported, Gary Beach will star as Albin opposite Daniel Davis as Georges in the musical comedy set in a drag…
A country estate is on the auction block and a new order is around the corner in Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard," making it an appropriate last tenant for the Williamstown Theater Fes's Adams Theater…
Billy Crudup is in talks to headline the Broadway production of Martin McDonagh's "The Pillowman." He would play Katurian, a writer living in a totalitarian state who is interrogated for writing…
John Turturro and Stephen Spinella are the featured attractions of Theater for a New Audience's 2004-05 season.