Inaugurating a second performance space, the 360-seat Berlind Theater, the McCarter Theater kicks off the fall season on New Jersey stages in high style: Company a.d. Emily Mann directs the first…
The thing about "The Thing About Men" is that "thing" is just the word for it. No more descriptive noun seems appropriate for this bland, insipid new Off Broadway musical about that most generic of…
Thank you, "Project Greenlight" and the National Enquirer. The notoriety of Ben Affleck, with a little help from Matt Damon, has turned "Matt & Ben" at P.S. 122 into a certified hit.
Australia's premier drama teacher, John Clark, who nurtured the careers of Mel Gibson, Baz Luhrmann and Cate Blanchett among many others, said Wednesday he will retire from the National Institute of…
Having played 2,343 performances, "Cabaret" will close Nov. 2 at Studio 54. The Roundabout staging of the famed Kander & Ebb show is the second longest running revival in Broadway history.
Atlantic Theater Co. has announced its 2003-04 season.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has slammed the California recall election, becoming the first showbiz union to take a stand on the Oct. 7 vote.
Mary Tyler Moore will headline Neil Simon's new play, "Rose's Dilemma," at the Manhattan Theater Club this fall.
Bialystock and Bloom are getting nearer -- well, somewhat -- to an opening in Blighty. A prominent London producer of "The Producers" has confirmed to Daily Variety that the record Tony winner will…
Some recovered fully, others did not. While most shows rebounded last week from the Aug. 14 blackout, many did not find their receipts back at the heady highs set early in the month.
Alexa Vere de Vere, the scheming centerpiece of Douglas Carter Beane's satire "As Bees in Honey Drown," was so relevant in 1997 that the production became an Off Broadway smash and won awards.The new…