It's hardly a revelation that music in post-WWII America was as segregated as society. To tread this familiar turf, a show must have something special going for it: a compelling story, captivating…
"Zumanity" is the first adults-only show in the long and successful history of Cirque du Soleil, but -- like many teens on their way to maturity -- the show has had its share of growing pains and…
Four-time Tony-winning actress Zoe Caldwell will receive the Monte Cristo Award Oct. 18 during the fourth annual Eugene O'Neill Celebration at the O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford.
"Me and My Girl," one of the longest-running Brit tuners of the 1980s, will receive a major West End revival next spring.
The bird of the title, a rare breed, never does make much of a showing in Jez Butterworth's new play. But it isn't the only element of this peculiar piece of theater that remains elusive. Neil Pepe's…
The New York Philharmonic and Carnegie Hall have terminated their controversial plan to merge. The organizations jointly announced Tuesday that discussions to unite the two were at an end.
Ragingly over-the-top tuner sendup of the Gothic horror romance genre, funneled through the rags-to-riches adventures of a poverty-stricken bayou urchin who escapes a "Deliverance" existence and…
The future of the "Siegfried & Roy" show, one of the oldest and most popular in Las Vegas, was in doubt Monday as Roy Horn continued to battle for his life.
Massachusetts theater producer Michael Ritchie has been tapped to replace Gordon Davidson as artistic director of Center Theater Group, overseeing the Mark Taper Forum, the Ahmanson Theater and the…
Broadway evidently had rather few sins to atone for during the Yom Kippur weekend, as the biz rose $310,997 this week, up 2.68% from the previous week to $11,933,969.
South Coast Repertory maintains its high standards with Nilo Cruz's Pulitzer Prize winner "Anna in the Tropics." The concurrently running production at New Jersey's McCarter Theater is set for a Nov…