Drag is making a comeback at Studio 54. The Kinsey Sicks, who bill themselves as "America's favorite drag beautyshop quartet," are inaugurating a new space at the former nightclub with their act this…
In a move likely to increase its involvement in the development of new works for the stage, the theatrical production company Networks has hired Kary M. Walker as its new associate producer.
Play producers often look for "surefire" material, featuring characters and settings that can appeal to the broadest range of theatergoers.
New plays from the pen of "Quills" scribe Doug Wright will kick off the Vineyard Theater's 20th-anniversary season this fall.
Showtime has signed a deal with Bruce Willis to tape his live stage production of Sam Shepard's play "True West" for an exclusive pay TV window later this year.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Broadway saw a modest uptick at the box office last week, as grosses rose to $13,442,952, a 1.2% increase over the previous frame. Attendance of 235,570 was also up, by a little less than 1%.
Will someone please write a serious play for Charlayne Woodard? This is a performer with bursting talents in need of an appropriate vehicle, who like so many other underutilized thesps has turned to…
The first time Goodspeed played fast and loose with the Gershwins' "Oh, Kay!" was in 1989, when the 1926 Broadway hit was reconceived as a black musical that labored its way across the Goodspeed…
Last was indeed least as the Lincoln Center Festival's nine-play tribute to Harold Pinter drew to a close over the weekend with prosaic stagings of the playwright's short and sharp "Mountain…
Tim Robbins will direct an adaptation this fall of Klaus Mann's novel "Mephisto" as part of the Actors' Gang's 20th anniversary season. Although he produces regularly, it is the first time since 1992…