Can a merrily disillusioned band of puppets and their human pals from the far East Village find happiness uptown? That's the question facing "Avenue Q," the sweetly sour musical that cleverly co-opts…
Set in 1904 Pittsburgh, the ninth addition to August Wilson's cycle of dramas dealing with black American struggles in the 20th century exposes slavery in all its toxic forms -- slavery on a…
Thesp Glynn Turman will debut his one man-show "Movin Man" Aug. 21 at 2100 Square Feet in Los Angeles.
"Nothing but the Truth," a play about post-apartheid South Africa by playwright-actor John Kani, will kick off the fall season at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater. Opening night will be Dec. 8.
After writing novels that have sold more than 300 million copies, Sidney Sheldon has taken his first stab at underwriting. The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television has established the Sidney…
New plays by Paula Vogel, Christopher Shinn and Nicky Silver highlight the Vineyard's 2003-04 season.
Producer Bill Kenwright has secured the Music Box Theater for his fall 2003 revival of Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," co-starring Ashley Judd, Jason Patric and Ned Beatty.
Whatever revelations are in store from the upcoming Sylvia Plath biopic starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Paul Alexander gets the jump on them with his searing psychoanalytic study of the iconic poet on the…
Broadway marked time last week, its overall receipts for 23 shows up only $87,823 from the previous session.
Barry Humphries' acerbic Dame Edna Everage, now a household name Stateside, was just one of an extensive gallery of heinous characters dusted off for his well-named "Back to My Roots" tour of…
An unrepentant post-facto fiddler with his texts, Tony Kushner has extensively revised his prismatic "Homebody/Kabul" for Frank Galati's two-pronged Steppenwolf and Mark Taper Forum production (it…