In their barbed but good-natured satire of Hollywood hotcakes Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, funny femmes Mindy Kaling and Brenda Withers pose the burning question about those longtime best buds. No…
A federal court has backed the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees in confirming a $54,000 arbitration award against David Copperfield's Disappearing Inc.
Nobel Prize winner Derek Walcott is teaming with Gotham-based Kaufman Films to write, produce and direct his musical play, "Ti Jean and His Brothers."
Donovan Leitch, Clarence Williams III and JoNell Kennedy will star in the Geffen Playhouse's first production of the season, Stephen Jeffreys' "I Just Stopped by to See the Man."
Joel Grey is Broadway's new Wizard of Oz. The Oscar-winning actor replaces Robert Morse in "Wicked," the Stephen Schwartz-Winnie Holzman musical set to open Oct. 30.
Gregory Hines, who parlayed his remarkable talents as a tap dancer into a career on both stage and screen, died Saturday in Los Angeles of cancer. He was 57.
The Broadway-bound "Never Gonna Dance" expands its cast to include Tony winner Karen Ziemba ("Contact") and Deidre Goodwin ("Nine").
Tony winner John Rando ("Urinetown") is set to helm the MCC production of "Bright Ideas," Eric Coble's sendup of parents who will kill to get their kid into the best school.
A few thousand ticket buyers and no tix to sell. That's the bizarre dilemma the producers of "The Producers" found themselves in Aug. 6 following reports that Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick would…
It is difficult to call anything associated with "Mamma Mia!" -- a show that has grossed more than half a billion dollars and counting worldwide -- a crapshoot. Clear Channel, however, definitely saw…
The cross-dressing "I Am My Own Wife" looks ready to make the big crossover to Broadway. After an extended run at Playwrights Horizons, the new play by Doug Wright ("Quills") has been picked up by…