For all-embracing eclecticism and physical risk-taking, Moscow's Taganka Theater under its legendary founding director Yuri Lyubimov may be beyond compare.
After many years without an agreement with Actors' Equity, the late Lucille Lortel's White Barn Theater in Westport, Conn., has re-signed with Equity and will once again be mounting productions of…
In an unusual move, the Broadway revival of Herb Gardner's "A Thousand Clowns," starring Tom Selleck, has moved its opening date forward. Show will open at the Longacre on July 11, almost a week…
Cyndi Lauper and Garth Hudson of the Band will reconnect with their work on the 1998 album "Largo" this summer at New York Stage and Film at Vassar College.
Part TV-based kiddie show and part Chita Rivera vehicle -- and never the twain do meet -- David H. Bell's weird polyglot tuner has enough decent ditties and treacly entertainment value to pass…
Nona Hendryx's smooth R&B melodies, vocalized with suavity and style by Michael McElroy, provide some nice seasoning for "Blue," a new production from the Roundabout Theater Co. at the Gramercy…
The country's largest urban comedy festival, created by a team of comedy-presenting vets, will make its debut in New York City in late spring with an eye toward expanding to a half-dozen cities in…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Peter Gallagher and Patti Lupone are in negotiations to headline a Broadway revival of Michael Frayn's backstage farce "Noises Off."
Susan Stroman now can add a Mr. Abbott to her five Tonys and three Astaire Awards.
The arena production of hippie musical "Hair" has been scrapped by producers Harry M Miller and the International Management Group, ahead of a planned October premiere.