Another British invasion will occur here this spring when the Kennedy Center hosts a mammoth festival to showcase the arts of the United Kingdom.
Ron Orbach has been dropped from the cast of "The Producers," said sources close to the production on Tuesday.
A new musical drawing on the George and Ira Gershwin songbook, plus revivals of Lerner and Loewe's "Brigadoon" and Sondheim's "A Little Night Music" compose the 2001 Goodspeed Musicals season at the…
Joely Richardson will be Macaulay Culkin's love interest in the New York production of "Madame Melville," written and directed by Richard Nelson.
Gotham has not yet seen the dollar-a-minute drama, but at the rate ticket prices have soared and audiences' attention spans have shrunk, the 90-minute, $90 play -- or perhaps the 75-minute, $75 play…
"Mamma Mia!," the musical based on the songs of Abba, is a silly affair all around, and that's its greatest asset. The show takes some of the Swedish pop group's best-known tunes and threads a…
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It's hard to believe that "Strike Up the Band," the musical satire by George S. Kaufman, with songs by George and Ira Gershwin, was considered so scathingly harsh and grim in 1927 that audiences…
Broadway defied the usual post-holiday slump and a Thursday night snow storm to take an unseasonably high $12,204,960, a gain of $344,698 -- 2.8% -- over the previous President's Day session.
Short, sweet and slender, Leslie Ayvazian's solo show "High Dive" is distinguished primarily by its delightful use of that much-dreaded theatrical device, audience participation. When was the last…
It's not that the company has become any kind of specialist in the genre; still, baroque opera seems to flourish under a benign0 star at the Los Angeles Opera. Each of its forays into that repertory…