Are the slings and arrows of life suffered by actors, writers and directors more relevant than those endured by plumbers, accountants or ditch diggers? Playwright Joe Pintauro thinks so. Comprising…
In theory, "Come a Little Closer" is a musical revue about New York and New Yorkers. In fact, it's a cabaret act about that ubiquitous instrument of torture, the cell phone. It's blamed for…
Artistic director Anne Bogart and her innovative New York-based SITI Company are sending a production of Charles L. Mee's "bobrauschenbergamerica" out on tour.
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Actor Jeff Conaway has broken his arm and dropped out of the upcoming touring revival of Bernard Slade's 1975 Broadway hit "Same Time, Next Year," in which he was to play opposite Mackenzie Phillips.
Sigourney Weaver will star in Neil LaBute's new play, "The Mercy Seat." MCC presents the world premiere, to be directed by LaBute, at the new Acorn Theater on Theater Row. Previews begin Nov. 26…
How will Broadway deal with hordes of football fans invading their turf Sept. 5 for the NFL kickoff in Times Square?
Tony Award winner Karen Ziemba will doff her dancing shoes next month to essay the sharp-tongued Beatrice in Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" at Hartford Stage Co. The season opener (Sept…
The invalid continues to feel pretty fabulous. Broadway's B.O. rush of recent weeks slowed considerably but still managed to set a record for this time frame.
Actor Patrick Page hasn't taken the easy route to "Swansong," his first full-length play. Instead, he's hurled himself into the lives of Shakespeare and Ben Jonson, to tell "a tale of what could have…
Is "Hairspray" the next "Producers"? Many of Gotham's daily legit critics couldn't resist treating the legit twosome as tuner twins in their Friday reviews of "Hairspray." The musical based on the…
A sparkling Rodgers & Hart score is nearly stripped of all its glitter in this unfortunate Roundabout Theater Co. revival of the 1938 musical based on Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors." Scott Ellis'…