Diane Lane, Oscar-nominated for her role in "Unfaithful," may star opposite Bruce Willis in Intermedia's "Me Again," which will be directed by Dean Parisot.
Virtually all Broadway musicals are planning to hold rehearsals with so-called "virtual orchestras."
Before the disastrously brief 1964 Broadway debut of "Anyone Can Whistle," co-producer Diana Krasny expressed concern about vocal inadequacies of its stars. Michael Michetti, director of the newly…
Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles ("City of God") will receive the Intl. Achievement in Filmmaking Award at this year's ShoWest convention.
The rich got richer. Nearly everyone else took a dip last week. Surprisingly, Broadway's biggest musicals improved on their holiday bounty of the previous session.
The carnage of the Battle of the Somme certainly daunts the imagination. In this 1985 play, Frank McGuinness scales the devastation down exponentially, focusing on a handful of soldiers from the…
The landscape of American pop culture is littered with generic on-the-road shows about alienated youth who jump into their cars and tear down the highway. But the disaffected hero of Stephen Belber's…
"If the good Lord's willin' and the creek don't rise" -- as the late, great, pathologically depressed Hank Williams was fond of saying -- this enormously entertaining bio musical of the legendary…
Judging from the relationship of two elderly people presented in Mayo Simon's world premiere play at the Falcon, love between seniors is a grim, awkward and unsatisfying affair. Despite the presence…
"Oklahoma!" closed yesterday. Then came word over the weekend that "Flower Drum Song" sings its last performance on March 16.