Up-and-coming playwright Adam Rapp hasn't chosen a particularly auspicious title for his latest play. This one is likely to leave numbed and bewildered audiences pining for a fast-forward button…
After weeks of record biz, the other shoe finally dropped on Broadway. In fact, both shoes must have dropped last week.
Sooner or later, most opera companies get around to "Nabucco." Sure, its music is pretty raw stuff up against the Verdi the whole world loves; still, the occasional flashes of the maturing composer…
Comedy king Carl Reiner was feted Sat. night with the first annual Steve Allen Pioneer of Comedy Award at the inaugural Las Vegas Comedy Festival.
Disney's theatrical division may be a tiny slice from the company's worldwide revenue pie of $15 billion, but these days, it's a tasty one in the troubled House of Mouse.
When Broadway producer Richard Frankel was lining up investors for "Hairspray," there were more takers than spots. So Frankel started looking not for cash, but for people who would help his show in…
Las Vegas is back in the legit picture. Old-timers will remember back three years to 1999, when Mirage Resorts' Steve Wynn held much ballyhooed negotiations with a slew of creatives to conceive new…
Ever since "Hairspray" producer Margo Lion sang the praises of Seattle, people are wondering if that rainy city, perched on the edge of the civilized world as we know it, might be the next hot tryout…
Washington's National Theater appears to be headed for its busiest season in years, thanks in part to its pals at the Kennedy Center.
Thanks to a harsh climate and an arts-loving population that supports touring Broadway with the same enthusiasm it extends to its beloved Green Bay Packers, northern Wisconsin has long been one of…
To paraphrase F. Scott Fitzgerald, life on the road is nothing but second acts. Just ask Tony Curtis, star of "Some Like It Hot."
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