Twenty years after its downtown premiere, "The Little Shop of Horrors" is relocating uptown for Broadway biz.
The weary mother of Frank and Malachy McCourt termed her boys "a couple of blaguards" when she signed off on them forever. It became the title of their act and becamse a strike-it-rich lode that…
Eric Bogosian's new play is long on exposition and short on character and plot development. When two high-powered couples meet for a holiday vacation in a posh hideaway retreat in upstate New York, a…
The lass who launched a thousand ships gets to say a few choice words in her defense -- quite a few, really -- in Ellen McLaughlin's impish, inquisitive new riff on the tale of Helen of Troy, the…
Broadway sustained a much less severe B.O. dip than usual in its post-Easter session.
Valerie Harper, Tony Roberts and Michele Lee will give their last Broadway performance in "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" May 26.
Suzan-Lori Parks' "Topdog/Underdog," which opened on Broadway Sunday, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for drama Monday, on the same day that its nearly unanimous rave reviews hit the papers.
"The King and I" at the half-century mark remains one of the most significant glories of the American musical theater. It's a wise choice as the Paper Mill's entry in the Richard Rodgers centennial…
Move over, Bialystock & Bloom: You're not the only sensational double-act on Broadway anymore. Playing a pair of tight-knit, loose-limbed brothers sparring over their future and their past in a dingy…
To no one's surprise, Gordon Edelstein, the new artistic director elect of New Haven's Long Wharf Theater, has announced that the production of Eugene O'Neill's "Mourning Becomes Electra" featuring…