Passion spills all over Tennessee Williams' 1951 comic drama "The Rose Tattoo." Some is operatic in intensity, some is played for laughs, but all of it is human to the core as it tells the story of a…
Forget about tickets to "The Lion King." This August, Republican conventioneers can treat themselves to Marisa Tomei and Kathleen Chalfant in "Electra" at the Public Library at Lincoln Center.
On Monday, Time Out magazine shot the cover for its Tony Awards issue -- or, rather, its theater issue.
Donald Margulies' breakthrough play from 1992 examines the life of a successful artist through a narrative collage that collapses time to reveal the emotional crosscurrents between past and present…
The Mark Taper Forum has made a last-minute switch in its summer 2004 sked. With Viola Davis headlining, "Intimate Apparel" by Lynn Nottage goes into the July-September slot previously announced for…
Scripter-helmer Rich Nathanson has envisioned a tuner spoof he likens to "How to Bring It On and Save the Last Dirty Flashdance When You're a Coyote Ugly Footlooser With Saturday Night Fever Looking…
A provocative but deeply flawed play is poorly served by its production in this return airing at the National Theater of "Sing Yer Heart Out For the Lads," the Roy Williams drama first seen two…
Recalling youth and the first flush of love with Hoagy Carmichael's "The Nearness of You" and mining the subtle humor of Irving Berlin's "Cheek to Cheek," Wesla Whitfield pages through the great…
Broadway had no problem smashing the previous $15.29 million record for mid-May set two years ago. Last week, 31 productions brought in $16,595,316, up $961,168 or 6.15% from the previous session…
The producers of "Big River" have received word from CBS that their show will not be allowed to perform on the telecast from Radio City Music Hall despite having been nominated for musical revival.