Judging from the barrage of nerve-rattling guffaws, uncontrollable titters and hysterical snorts emanating from the man sitting directly behind this viewer, the producers and creators of London's…
In the old Broadway tradition, the show goes on. No matter that the critics trounced "Urban Cowboy" when it opened Thursday. No matter that the producers posted a closing notice the very next day. No…
For a show that panders so shamelessly to its audience, this "musical fairy tale" -- an adolescent love fest set in a candy-colored alternate universe where gay is normal and straight is very queer…
Mark Lamos, Connecticut's most experienced Shakespeare director, has turned his hand to "The Taming of the Shrew" for the Yale Repertory Theater, giving the comedy a contemporary barrio setting and…
The beguiling concert staging of "The New Moon" at Encores! projected a few rays of sunshine into a weekend dampened by gloomy war news. This superbly cast production proved there's still plenty of…
Penned in 1970, this tuneful sojourn through the mid-30s crisis of friends-plagued Manhattan bachelor Bobby (Beau Puckett) was Stephen Sondheim's first "concept" musical (book by George Furth)…
The West Coast premieres of Steve Martin's "The Underpants" and Stephen Jeffreys' "I Just Stopped by to See the Man" highlight the 2003-04 season at the Geffen Playhouse.
Broadway grosses rose slightly during Week 43 (March 17-23), despite the outbreak of war in the Middle East. B.O. inched up 3.5% to $12,932,262, while attendance of 206,815 was up 3.2%.
Exhibitor United Artists Theaters is teaming with Walden Media to produce live children's theater at the Walden Family Playhouse. Off nights and free afternoons, the Playhouse becomes a movie house.
The march into Asia by Australia's legit producers is gathering steam. With the theater biz Down Under in a funk these past few months, a handful of Aussie producers have found renewed fervor for…