Quentin Crisp died in 1999 at the age of 90, having almost outlasted the century of which he was such a peculiar and somehow significant adornment. Born in England but a longtime resident of New…
Broadway veterans Michael Cumpsty and Christine Ebersole have joined the cast of the new revival of "42nd Street."
Jessica Lange made the cut, while local theater debuts by Macaulay Culkin and Kathleen Turner did not, in nominations announced Thursday for the Laurence Olivier Awards, honoring West End achievement…
The National Dance Institute will produce a memorial honoring Broadway choreographer Peter Gennaro at the Broadhurst Theatre on Jan. 22 at 1 p.m.
Playwright Scott Marshall Taylor goes back to William Inge territory for "Tamicanfly," the tale of an old blind man, Oscar (Robert Walden), and his adorable but troubled grandson, CJ (Chris Messina)…
Can Rosie save "Seussical"? That's what legit watchers are wondering as chatshow diva and part-time Broadway enthusiast Rosie O'Donnell steps into the role of the Cat in the Hat in the musical, which…
There have been worse January slumps. Overall B.O. fell a mere $98,585 to land softly at $12,249,664, a downturn of only 0.7% from the previous session.
As pay-per-view looks to stretch beyond theatrical movies, boxing matches and wrestling extravaganzas, promoter BTN has scheduled the Broadway production of "Jekyll & Hyde," the musical starring…
With the long-awaited U.S. national tour of "The Lion King" now confirmed to originate at the Denver Center in spring 2002, presenters have caught bad cases of Pride Rock fever.
In his curiously retro mystery play "Henry Flamethrowa," John Belluso tackles religious miracles and bigotry, the peddling of false hopes, the testing of God, truth, lies, journalistic ethics and the…
Andrea Sabesin's one-hour sojourn through the life and times of a natural born redhead is living proof that anybody's life can be the basis of a comedy act if the chronicler is blessed with an…