We've all heard the cry, "There's nothing you can hum," from disappointed theatergoers at Broadway musicals. That complaint will not be heard as houses exit the Reprise! production of "Call Me Madam"…
The Broadway-bound musical "Seussical" has extended its Boston run at the Colonial Theater for two weeks through Sept. 30. The Boston tryout of the Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty tuner, based on…
Broadway's "Follies" cast is firming up. Judith Ivey, Gregory Harrison and Treat Williams are on board to play three of the four principals, English director Matthew Warchus has told Daily Variety.
The musical "Little Women" joins "The Visit" and "Oklahoma!" as Broadway no-shows this legit season.
Although it was presented in New York by the Henson Intl. Festival of Puppet Theater, the little astronaut puppets are mostly ambulatory window dressing in Robert Lepage's "The Far Side of the Moon."…
Who says opera isn't hip? Just as Eminem made a splashy entrance at the MTV Video Awards with a posse of lookalikes, the New York City Opera floods the stage with a flock of Queen Elizabeth clones…
Erstwhile Woody Allen producer Jean Doumanian will produce in partnership with the Scott Elliott Group "What the Butler Saw" off Broadway, with Chloe Sevigny and Dylan Baker starring.
Lee Blessing has hit one out of the ballpark: His new bioplay, "Cobb," has landed at the much-sought-after Lucille Lortel Theater in Greenwich Village, with a November opening planned. Producers are…
Playwright Alexandra Cunningham has inked an overall deal with Steven Bochco Prods. to write for current Bochco shows and develop original and assigned material.
Sailing into a new season, the Paper Mill Playhouse is taking no chances, opening the frame with a revival of the 1934 musical comedy "Anything Goes." In addition to the buoyant Cole Porter score…
The theater industry came out in force Sunday night to bid a fond farewell to "Cats," the musical that drew whiskers on the face of Broadway for almost two decades. An audience filled with friends…