Uta Hagen and David Hyde Pierce have signed to headline the world premiere of Richard Alfieri's "Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks" at the Geffen Playhouse.
"Oxygen," a new play written by a couple of world-famous chemists, is not about science but about scientists. It's an essential distinction, one the playwrights hammer home effectively, focusing far…
The Apollo Theater Foundation has announced the formation of its new management team. Derek Johnson, a senior exec at AOL Time Warner, has been named president of the Apollo Theater Foundation…
The famous ghosts of "Follies" have at last taken up residence again on Broadway, bringing a few new specters along. It's thirty years later, and"Follies" is now haunting the Belasco, uneasily…
A major retrospective of plays by Harold Pinter highlights the three-week Lincoln Center Festival 2001. The productions from London's Almeida and Royal Court theaters and Dublin's Gate Theater are…
Puccini's "La Boheme" is expected to make its Broadway debut sometime in 2002, courtesy of director Baz Luhrmann.
Every three years, like some visiting astral body, Cirque du Soleil blazes through the New York metropolitan area.
It started as a fish story. But in this case, the Big One didn't get away. Several years ago, Seattle's Empty Space Theater sent a Pacific salmon to director Peter Brook. The idea was to lure him to…
The road held almost absolutely steady during Week 43 (March 19-25), as receipts totaled $15,700,753, a decline of a minuscule .2%. The number of shows reporting held even at 25.
The onset of spring brought glad tidings to Broadway in Week 43 (March 19-25), raising the week's total net to $13,799,310, an increase of 10.1%. Total attendance was 251,032, a rise of 7.2%.
Costa Mesa's Opera Pacific, which seems to get better every time out, emerged triumphant from its first-ever encounter with the superheated, sometimes irritating but fulfilling operatic heritage of…