The list of choreographers equally at home at the ballet barre and on the Broadway stage is not lengthy. Put Jerome Robbins at the top, and George Balanchine just underneath -- with an asterisk…
Broadway continued work last week on that new sub-cellar for its box office. The chill factor for 26 shows came to $12,494,393, down $1,470,304 or 10.53% from the previous rather frigid week.
Liev Schreiber departs MTC's production of Donald Margulies's "Sight Unseen" on Broadway due to a change of schedule on a prior commitment.
Architect Richard M. Olcott unveiled his model for the American National Theater on Monday. The press conference took place at the Odeon restaurant in Tribeca, a few blocks north of the proposed…
The question of style vs. substance arises early in any consideration of "Suitcase," Melissa James Gibson's first play since her prize-winning 2001 play "[sic]." That Gibson has already established…
David Edgar's two-part drama "Continental Divide" returns from its British tour with a stand at the La Jolla Playhouse, part of the California theater's 2004 season announced Saturday by artistic…
Brian Kulick steals a march on Mary Zimmerman with quirky, minimalist staging of selections from the medieval British mystery plays, set alongside some 20th-century variants on same idea. Classic…
The positive side of "Kismet," a Tony winner in 1953 and a flat MGM musical in 1955, is its melodic score. For those attending the revival at Reprise! who feel that well-performed renditions of…
With Adam Guettel's gorgeous melodies, a compelling narrative hook from Craig Lucas and moving themes about happiness and risk, there's no question that "Light in the Piazza" is Broadway-worthy…
The Toronto Theater Alliance is on the verge of permanently closing its doors, due to a crippling deficit and an internal audit that could not have come at a worse time for the org.
Who knew "Urinetown" was only the beginning? Or, to be more precise, the middle?
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