Hal Linden opens his New York nightclub debut with a rousing take on George M. Cohan century-old showbiz anthem "Give My Regards to Broadway." The old-time tune is appropriate: Linden is a Broadway…
The original cast of "Once on This Island," based on a Caribbean folk tale, is set to hold a two-perf reunion of the 1990 Broadway musical by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty. Tuner will have a…
"Dralion" is among the more robust of Cirque du Soleil's programs, and among the funniest -- Guto Vasconcelos, Phillipe Aymard, Colin Gee and Gonzalo Munoz are the clowns who parody some of the acts…
Jule Styne, who provided the music for "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" as well as scores for "Gypsy" and "Funny Girl," once was identified by Leonard Bernstein as "the best and most underrated composer of…
Rule of thumb in the new Las Vegas: Stage the indescribable. It's nearly impossible to explain the magic of Cirque du Soleil's "O" or to fully recount the antics of Blue Man Group, the two must-see…
Thirteen/WNET is returning as producer of "The First Ten Awards: Tonys 2002," on June 2.
"Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister," based on the book by Gregory Maguire, attempts to address gender politics, bigotry and conformity with a reworking of the Grimm fairy tale "Cinderella" from the…
The celebratory title of this black vaudeville revue, which has graduated to Broadway two decades after a successful Off Broadway run, has some uncomfortable overtones this time around.
Broadway is on a particularly cautious kick. While there are 16 new works this season, there will be a whopping 14 revivals -- a 25% jump from last season.
Robert Hofler: Noises Off