A holiday mainstay gains an exclamation point -- and more -- in "Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker!," a jokey, sometimes laugh-out-loud funny two-act romp that bears roughly the same relationship to the…
The Tony Awards administrative committee has announced its big dates for 2003. The legit ceremony takes place on June 8 this year. CBS and PBS are expected, but not confirmed, to telecast from Radio…
Is there a theme here? The Fringe Festival gave us "Urinetown" and "Debbie Does Dallas." Now it's time for "Joys of Sex."
Massenet's 1894 opera "Thais," about the courtesan who finds God and the monk who finds her very hot, has not often been taken out of mothballs since its heyday in the first decades of the last…
The Omnicom Group has bought Serino Coyne, Broadway's biggest marketing and ad firm.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
And then there were five. "La Boheme" joined the $1 million club over the New Year's session, taking in $1,013,328. Baz Luhrmann's show fit right in among "Hairspray" ($1,025,021), "The Lion King"…
There is a lifetime of testosterone-driven social angst distilled into Richard Dresser's tragicomic two-character legiter, set mainly on a Little League playing field, where coach Don (Michael…