Look out, L.A.: Washington, D.C., has quietly slipped past you as the nation's second liveliest theater town, at least in terms of numbers.
As producers lament the limp box office, and industry wags chatter about the about-face at "Urban Cowboy" and the sudden deletion of "The Miracle Worker" from the spring schedule, most are laying…
Broadway grosses slipped a bit during the lively Week 44 (March 24-30), which saw "Urban Cowboy" open, announce an immediate closing and later rescind it.
A Broadway-bound revival of Mary Chase's 1944 Pulitzer Prize-winning screwball comedy "Harvey," produced by Don Gregory and directed by Charles Nelson Reilly, is set to play Boston's Shubert Theater…
Dana Gioia, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, has a message for America: The Bard is back.
Alec Baldwin and Debra Messing headline the Roundabout's reading of Ken Ludwig's new version of "Twentieth Century" April 29.
Comedies don't get more heart-rending than "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg," a 1967 play by Peter Nichols that feels new-born in this Broadway revival directed by Laurence Boswell. An import from the…
It's not only because Jesse B. Semple, the central character in "Simply Heavenly," goes by the nickname "Simple" that this Langston Hughes curiosity can seem too naive by half. But just when Hughes'…
Terrorism begins at home, or so suggests the Russian play of the same name, which has arrived in a thrilling Royal Court production. The play is at once a fascinating puzzle and a ruthless account of…
Neena Beber has written a remarkably absorbing, complex and intelligent play about the relationship of a trio of young urbanites seeking fulfillment. It's being given a first-rate sendoff in this…