As the Baby Boom generation ponders appropriate care for its elderly parents, playwright Ian Cohen explains what not to do in a new comedy that stretches -- or should we say obliterates -- the…
Will Yahoo! finally discover Broadway? Viewers who click on the Web site can find movies, music, radio, TV. . .but no theater. That omission is about to change, according to Spotco, which has…
Broadway can't get a break this year. There's either a strike or a big blizzard to foul up the box office. Last week, it was an elephant stampede that did it.
The pre-Broadway Boston run of August Wilson's "Gem of the Ocean" has a new director and a new schedule.
Just like any other 20-year-old, Canada's Cirque du Soleil is full of ambitious plans to conquer the world. The company has just announced a partnership with Celebrity Cruise Lines to take its magic…
A not unintriguing idea -- "Twelfth Night" given an entirely Asian spin -- turns out to be dead on arrival, and for the sort of basic reason that transcends issues of nationality, ethnicity and race…
"I used to be such a good looking man -- what happened?" As Lord Alfred Douglas, a dying old man, asks this question, his younger, handsome self, Bosie, Oscar Wilde's notorious lover, appears in the…
"One Red Flower," Paris Barclay's paean to American soldiers who fought and died in Vietnam, gets high marks for sincerity. But this earnest musical, derived from actual letters from GIs, is also an…
George W. Bush may soon look upon Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" as the good old days.
Noises Off: Think of a politically conservative playwright?
Road grosses fell 3.7% to $10,679,338 during Week 13 (Aug. 23-29) despite the addition of "Little Shop of Horrors" to the touring slate.
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