The Broadway companies of "Les Miserables" and "The Phantom of the Opera" are set to hold studio rehearsals next week with so-called virtual orchestras -- a new technology that offers musical…
Based on a 1928 poem by New Yorker editor John Moncure March, Andrew Lippa's dark musical about a wild party that spins fatally out of control could have wallowed in sordid sensationalism. Director…
David Hare's play "The Breath of Life" has been confirmed for Broadway in the fall minus one of its two leading ladies, Judi Dench, the play's West End producer, Robert Fox, told Daily Variety…
"Harry Potter" producer David Heyman has been named ShoWest 2003 producer of the year. Heyman will be honored at an awards gala set to close the trade show March 6.
The Walt Disney Co. received another setback in its long-running Winnie the Pooh litigation Thursday when the California Supreme Court turned down its appeal over sanctions for destroying documents.
"Who needs another gay play?" asks a character in "The Last Sunday in June." "These days we're Must-See TV." Jonathan Tolins' new comedy at the Rattlestick Theater is an affectionate, thoughtful and…
Travis F. Smith - A Wide 'Net
Unless you were actually around when blues doyenne Alberta Hunter was coming up from Memphis to Chicago in 1917 or storming Broadway in postwar New York, there's no way to say how faithfully Ann…
"Enchanted April" follows "Imaginary Friends" into the Ethel Barrymore Theater. Matthew Barber's new take on Elizabeth von Arnim's oft-adapted novel about four English ladies who share a villa in…
Ashley Judd will make her return to Broadway this fall as Maggie in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof."