The choreography team behind Miramax's "Chicago" danced away with an American Choreography Award at the ninth annual kudofest, held Sunday at downtown L.A.'s Orpheum Theater.
Leaders of Actors' Equity have allocated $1.6 million to wage a campaign against non-Equity tours and to prep for upcoming contract negotiations.
Sick season has arrived early on Broadway. Is there a bug going around? Or is it those high-stress weeks of rehearsals on top of previews that put an actor at high risk?
Theater impresarios David and Ed Mirvish are getting set to raise the curtain on the Toronto premiere of Michael Frayn's "Copenhagen."
The Shaggs barely registered a footnote in rock 'n' roll history books until the sister act's lone 1969 recording started earning holy grail status from outsider-music aficionados during the last two…
Set in Berlin during the last days of the Weimar Republic, Cathy Caplan's hypnotic expressionist drama draws on the striking imagery and mysterious technology of photography to dramatize the death of…
There's no question that this sharp, splenetic diatribe against postmodern architecture and its academic cheerleaders is heartfelt and informed. And there's no doubt that its clever arguments resound…
Manhattan may not be the personal property of the elegant saloon singer Steve Ross, but it would be hard to deny the rightful claim he has staked on the isle for over three decades. The Gotham…
Broadway made a better-than-average recovery from the damper of the October time change. While a 10% increase is normal, receipts jumped $1,945,058 or 13.67% for a final tally of $16,175,574.
Farrah Fawcett will not be making her Broadway debut after all. At least not this month in the comedy "Bobbi Boland" by Nancy Hasty.
Washington actor Floyd King is a man of a thousand zany expressions, all of them employed to perfection in the Signature Theater's hysterical revival of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the…