At one point late in the first act of Hungarian composer-librettist team Peter Eotvos and Mari Mezei's English-language opera premiere of "Angels in America," Hannah Pitt (Roberta Alexander), the…
The audience for "The Big Con" may be limited, but those who like it will find it deeply cathartic. The political mimicry show savages the country's conservative government. Playing Sydney before a…
Just For Variety: James Bond in Legoland? I caught up with Pierce Brosnan, wife Kelly, sons Dylan, 7 and Paris, 3 Monday as they were driving to Legoland.
Thanksgiving lifted Broadway out of its B.O. funk as 33 shows brought in $17,364,990, up $3,476,111, or 25.03%, over the previous lackluster session.
Terry Kinney will direct Anna Paquin, Kieran Culkin and Tim Hopper in "After Ashley" at the Vineyard Theater.
New Line Cinema has set Craig Zadan and Neil Meron to produce "Hairspray," the film version of the hit Tony-winning musical that is set for a mid-2005 start in Baltimore and 2006 release.
Modeling since she was in diapers, a famous beauty since before she entered her teens, Brooke Shields no doubt has been swatting off suitors since puberty hit. It's a testament, then, to her canny…
When Lanford Wilson introduced "Burn This" in 1987, mourning was a way of life for many overwhelmed by the devastation caused by AIDS, especially in the artistic community. Though the disease is not…
Jay Reiss' "That May Well Be True," making its world premiere at Hudson Mainstage, is an angry and penetrating exploration of friendship ruined by resentment and jealousy. Reiss has a knack for…
Almost nothing happens in David T. Chantler's new play at the Odyssey. The hero (a wildly extreme definition for such a glum, lifeless protagonist), wanders around his Sicilian villa, trying to…