Director Jerry Zaks feeds people the full meal that book writer Howard Ashman intended in his 1982 musicalization of the 1960 B movie "Little Shop of Horrors": a succulent, cynical tale about a…
Roundabout Theater Company will stage Jon Robin Baitz's "The Paris Letter" at its Off Broadway venue, the Laura Pels Theater, next spring.
On Broadway, shows are falling with bewildering regularity by the wayside. London, by contrast, is bracing itself for a September onslaught of openings, as if to kick off in the appropriate manner…
Strands: London's latest "Sweeney Todd" has turned into a "very significant hit," says lead producer Adam Kenwright. Its limited run at the Trafalgar Studios is skedded to end Oct. 9. Production will…
Broadway grosses and attendance both dipped 3.3% during Week 12 (Aug. 16-22), to $14,346,351 and 215,965 respectively.
An Egyptian, a Syrian Jew and a Palestinian Mormon walk into a club. . .
The first thing to be said about director-designer John Doyle's simply thrilling new West End production -- the venture began earlier this year at the tiny Watermill Theater in Newbury, west of…
The once-staid BBC has jumped on the flash-mobbing bandwagon in an attempt to woo younger auds to its arts programming.
Just in time for the GOP's grand old hootenanny, the Culture Project has imported to 45 Bleecker this sober, chilling expose of the U.S. government policies and practices that have resulted in…
What a great premise for drama: A cabbie learns he's dying of cancer and makes a snap decision to leave the frontier town where he's lived his entire life and drive 3,000 kilometers through the…
Nora Dunn and Lynn Whitfield will star in the world premiere of "White Chocolate," an Off Broadway play by New Yorker cartoonist William Hamilton about a white, upper-class husband and wife who wake…
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