Boy George is going silently, if not quietly. His first Broadway musical, "Taboo," will close Sunday, representing a $12 million loss for its producer, Rosie O'Donnell.
And then there were five. William Nicholson's "The Retreat From Moscow" and Nilo Cruz's "Anna in the Tropics" join the growing list of Broadway closings this month.
Off-Broadway comedy hit "Matt & Ben" will make its L.A. debut April 8 at the Acme Comedy Theater. The original writers and performers will appear in the production, directed by David Warren.
The British certainly like their adultery plays, as Peter Nichols, Tom Stoppard and Michael Frayn, among many others, could tell you, and they're also famous for adoring animals. The stage…
Moshe "Mooky" Greidinger, chief exec of Israel-based I.T. Intl. Theaters, has been named international exhib of the year for ShoWest 2004.
A consortium of seven Beantown banks and the city of Boston will loan $7 million to help finance two new theaters at the Boston Center for the Arts; new venues will be run by the Huntington Theater…
There was yet another "Jerry Springer moment" Tuesday at the Theater Royal, Drury Lane, where the Broadway-bound tuner "Jerry Springer -- The Opera" was named the best musical of 2003 by the drama…
The sun may have set long ago on the British Empire, but vestiges of that cultural dinosaur still live on in "The Hollow Crown," making an all-star return to Canada 40 years after its last visit…
You have to keep re-counting the musicians on the stage of Feinstein's at the Regency. There are only seven guys up there, but they swing and romp like the whole Basie band. The gent up front is…
The future of the White Barn Theater, the summer retreat for the late arts patron Lucille Lortel and her favorite writers, is in question as trustees of her foundation look to sell some -- or all…
Frequent denizens of the Oak Room may not recognize the lyrics, but listening to Kurt Elling in his debut at the hallowed cabaret space they will be treated to a compelling account of romantic…