Roger Bart, the Tony-winning actor who has just taken the role of Leo Bloom in Broadway's "The Producers," will make his feature starring debut in "The Stepford Wives," the Frank Oz-directed remake…
There's no new music, and no book to speak of, but "Movin' Out" is indeed a new musical. And while "La Boheme" has never before been produced on Broadway, Baz Luhrmann's staging will nevertheless be…
Matthew Bourne's "Play Without Words," a dance theater piece that was briefly seen at the National Theater late last summer, led the list of nominees Thursday for the 2003 Laurence Olivier Awards…
Lincoln Center Theater will present the world premiere of William Finn's "Looking Up, a Song Cycle for Five Voices," with the first performance skedded for March 2 at the Mitzi Newhouse Theater.
In the wake of a year marked by corporate collapse and white-collar scandals, Rick Orloff's "Big Boys" is well-timed. The scathing two-character comedy explores the unethical behavior of a greedy and…
The agonizing experience of watching standup comics die the death onstage is meticulously re-created in Trevor Griffiths' "Comedians." The beads of sweat blooming on furrowed brows, the manic glints…
After a season troubled by finances, a dock strike, death and throat trouble, the Los Angeles Opera announced plans to tackle six new productions, including a world premiere and North American…
The George Street Playhouse canceled Tuesday night's preview performance of "Double Play" rather than have Times critic Neil Genzlinger write about the production prior to the official critics' night.
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The Broadway musical "Dance of the Vampires" will close at the Minskoff Theater on Jan. 25. Credit some of the harshest reviews in years for putting a stake through the ill-starred tuner's heart.