Aaron Sorkin is returning to series television, but not until he finishes a feature screenplay and then a stage play he has been commissioned to write for the Abbey Theater in Dublin.
Mike Nichols will direct the musical version of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," with the preem set for spring 2005. Ostar Prods. is producing.
Starting its 18th season, and its first in sole possession of the Music Center's Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the Los Angeles Opera took a huge giant step in the right direction: contemporary operatic…
Theme of internal anti-Semitism -- notably touched upon in "Gentleman's Agreement" -- is examined fully in Alfred Uhry's 1997 Tony winner. Populated with delightful characters, brimming with witty…
The seventh season of Reprise kicks off with a lively, old-fashioned Rodgers & Hart musical. Since the putting-on-a-show plot was feather-light even in 1937, when the show first arrived, its success…
Army Archerd -- Just for Variety
Bonnie Monte's new mounting of "Pygmalion" at the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey is fresh, attractive and spirited. Bernard Shaw's 90-year-old social satire about a cockney lass and a pompous…
Broadway grosses took their typical post-Labor Day nosedive, as tourists headed home and kids headed back to school. Total B.O. took a hit of some 29.6%. The 20 shows brought in $9,774,715, down…
This summer on the sweaty Broadway road, the vast majority of the profits -- and we're talking as high as 75% of the total road pot during some weeks in August -- were derived from just three shows…
It has been almost five years since the stage musical version of "Footloose" opened on Broadway.
Will the 2003-04 road season be the last stand for one of Actors' Equity's most lucrative contracts? It will if producers and presenters get their way when the road production contract comes up for…