Helmer Rob Marshall is asking for "compensation" for his work on "Hairspray," according to sources close to the hit musical.
In "The Illusion," freely adapted by Tony Kushner from Pierre Corneille's 17th century dark comedy, the theatrical prestidigitation abounds. In a fresh and liberal adaptation, the Pulitzer…
For the second week in a row, Broadway continued to slip but still managed to outpace B.O. and paid-attendance levels set in 2000 and 2001 for this time frame.
The wisdom of love, the anguish of love, foolishness, jealousy, absurdity, boredom and infinite delight -- all the things that make love indispensable and impossible come into play in Charles L…
Legit production house Jacobsen Entertainment is in full swing Down Under after launching three new shows in three days in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
The Los Angeles Opera will replace its presentation of the Kirov Opera's production of "War and Peace" with the Kirov's "Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk" due to a budgetary shortfall.
Michael Grandage has announced the first four productions of his regime as artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse, succeeding Sam Mendes. And as is appropriate for someone who wants to honor the…
HBO stars continue to spend their hiatus on the Gotham boards.
"Love me, I'm amazing," is the emotional message conveyed by the 54-member cast of "Blast," and in this case their prodigious talents justify the effort. The show, an extensively embellished…
Because of the "demanding schedule" of director Michael Mayer, the announced 2002-03 season co-production of Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik's musical "Spring Awakening," by New Haven's Long Wharf…
Ah, the heady days of accolades at the John F. Kennedy Center. As the Sondheim Celebration wraps after four delicious months, weary but elated staffers are savoring the experience and bidding adieu…