The Sundance Institute Theater Program has selected projects by Doug Wright and Terrence McNally for development at the Sundance Institute Theater Laboratory at White Oak, which runs Nov. 29-Dec 13.
The "Max" touring company of "The Producers" and the regional GableStage production of Edward Albee's "The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?" topped South Florida's 29th annual Carbonell Awards for the 2003-04…
Andrew Lloyd Webber has set a date for the Broadway bow of "Woman in White." The musical, now playing on London's West End, will open Nov. 10, 2005, in Gotham.
The combo of didactic medieval drama and modern theater usually ends in disaster. But in Johannes von Saaz's "Death and the Ploughman," translated by Michael West, auteur-director Anne Bogart has…
Cathy Rigby first became Peter Pan in 1991, earned a Tony nomination, flew back for a 1998 revival and now makes one final spin in an uplifting Broadway-bound production. Marking the 100th…
Tazewell Thompson is a director to watch. He takes his own "Constant Star," which might have been talky and static in other hands, and fills it with fresh dramatic and musical touches.
The producers of the current "Fiddler on the Roof" revival have confirmed that Harvey Fierstein will be their new Tevye. His start date is being negotiated, but it is expected that there will be a…
A dark and dirty riposte to meet-cute Hollywood romances about lovable losers finding each other, John Patrick Shanley's pithy 1984 breakthrough play, "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea," bleeds like the…
For those of us who grew up watching legendary British performances come to Broadway, there's a unique satisfaction in seeing the traffic reversed. London auds have only until Jan. 8 to see Nathan…
Sakharam Binder has a well-developed system: By taking in women cast off by their husbands and unable to return to their families for the shame they would face, he gains a temporary housewife and…