Off Broadway's Flea Theater will present "Getting Into Heaven," starring and written by Polly Draper, beginning June 11, with opening night July 2.
The downward trajectory of the British journo who comes to New York hoping to bamboozle Manhattan, only to end up beating a drolly embarrassed retreat, makes for a slight but endearing adaptation of…
Michael Greif's take on this engaging but problematic work provides a textbook study on the rewards and pitfalls of novel-to-stage adaptations. The show keeps faith with the emotional issues in the…
"There are times I've finished a play and thought, 'I'd like to sit in a trailer for a while," Helen Hunt said. She and her fellow actors put the creative process under the microscope in "Actors on…
The Tony Awards administrative committee met Thursday to resolve the kudos' final eligibility questions.
Connoisseurs of Kiki & Herb, the demented lounge act that has cultivated a large following at downtown clubs, may have mixed feelings about the twosome's decision to go legit. These two are best…
The Kennedy Center's Sondheim Celebration was a predictable winner May 5 at D.C. theater's Helen Hayes Awards. But the annual kudofest also served as the surprise unveiling of the Synetic Theater, a…
At an event that kicked off the Tribeca Film Festival's abundant panel program, filmmaker-playwright Neil LaBute declared that making people uncomfortable isn't "intentional, it's just a tic."
Roy A. Somlyo has resigned his position as president and executive officer of the American Theater Wing, sponsor and organizer of the Tony Awards with the League of American Theaters and Producers.
Pubcaster digital channel BBC4 will film the critically acclaimed West End production of Anton Chekhov's "Three Sisters," starring Kristin Scott Thomas.
George Lane stunned Broadway when word leaked out in early March that William Morris' senior VP was ankling the agency to go to Creative Artists. Nearly as seismic were the followup reports that Lane…