The high-profile casting of revivals has emerged as the hallmark of Broadway's 2002 spring season: Liam Neeson and Laura Linney in "The Crucible," Alan Bates and Frank Langella in "Fortune's Fool"…
USA Films and Working Title Films have teamed up to send Neil LaBute's latest Off Broadway play, "The Shape of Things," straight to the bigscreen with the original cast intact.
The Lucille Lortel Foundation has initiated a million-dollar grant program for New York City's not-for-profit theaters. The foundation's action comes in direct response to Gotham's economic downturn…
Like it or not, a play that asks us to revisit the grim details of a real-life tragedy bears a heavier responsibility to entertain -- perhaps illuminate is a better word -- than a fictional musical…
Raul E. Esparza will leave his current gig in "Cabaret" this spring to travel south to Washington, D.C., where he is set to perform back-to-back starring roles in "Sunday in the Park With George" and…
Frances McDormand, Willem Dafoe and Kate Valk star in the Wooster Group's new production, "To You, the Birdie!," which begins performances on Feb. 1.
The road had a spectacular holiday week to match Broadway's. Grosses for Week 31 (Dec. 24-30) rose by a stellar 62.2% to $14,780,318.
Eugene O'Neill garnered Pulitzer Prize for this flawed but intriguing sojourn into the life-scarred relationship of an aged barge captain, his hard-bitten former prostitute daughter and the callow…
Slight of plot and production values, this underdeveloped tuner focuses on the professional woes of a two-woman songwriting team in the 1940s. Although show features a promising score by the creative…
Underwriting major performances over the next decade, Virginia businesswoman and arts philanthropist Catherine B. Reynolds has donated to the Kennedy Center its largest programming-related gift ever…
Betty Buckley has withdrawn from the Long Wharf Theater production of Ninan Unel's "Pera Palas." She has been replaced by Glynis Bell.