Elizabeth Ashley toplines the Shakespeare Theater's grand and appealing production of Lillian Hellman's classic melodrama "The Little Foxes," underscoring for today's generation that greed and deceit…
Five full-scale musicals and myriad arena (and big-top) extravaganzas started traversing Australia this month, making for one of the country's busiest legit seasons in recent memory.
For American entertainer Gayle Tufts, building cultural bridges has become the key to her success on the German stage.
The world premiere of a David Rabe play featuring Sam Waterston will complete the Yale Repertory Theater's 2002-03 season, the first under new artistic director James Bundy.
William Goldman: Screen Trade
Todd Haimes makes it official, kind of. " 'Cabaret' will run for another year," he says. "And then our intention is to open 'Assassins' in the fall (2003) at Studio 54."
Broadway grosses held steady during Week 10 (July 29-Aug. 4), dipping by just .8% to $13,724,687. Attendance of 227,734 was off by .9%.
Nudity and celebrity are clearly a potent combination, and not just for readers of the Star magazine. Kathleen Turner's full-frontal exposure surely has something to do with the continuing box office…
Goodspeed's second time around with Rodgers & Hart's "Babes in Arms" ends with a smashingly danced finale that sends the audience out on a high. What comes before isn't always as exhilarating…
The 2003 race for the special event Tony just got interesting. Russell Simmons will be bringing his "Def Poetry Jam" to Broadway in October at a Shubert house to be announced.
Brent Barrett and Rachel York, who starred in the West End revival of "Kiss Me, Kate," will star in Cole Porter's "Anything Goes" to open the 2002-03 season of Reprise! Broadway's Best on Sept. 16.